ePatientFinder Raises $2.6 Million
According to a recent SEC filing, software startup ePatientFinder has raised $2.6 million in financing from an undisclosed investor.
ePatientFinder uses analytics technology to connect patients with cutting-edge treatments recently approved by the FDA or still in clinical trials. ePatientFinder has a network of primary care and specialty physicians who use the application to discover, learn about and discuss novel treatment options. When a physician indicates he or she is interested in offering a treatment to patients, ePatientFinder leverages its electronic health record database to identify eligible patients. This identification process is facilitated through a three-tier filtering process, including subjective analysis for which the physician is compensated.