Innovatient Solutions Inc., a Farmington, Conn.-based developer of a patient-centered information system aimed at improving communications between hospital care providers and patients, has raised $2m in a Series A extension funding round.
The round was led by Connecticut Innovations, which made a $500k follow on investment through its Seed Investment Fund, with participation from the company’s founders and unnamed angel investors.
The company intends to use the capital to continue product development and form new client relationships with hospitals across the nation.
Founded in 2010 by CEO Jolinda Lambert, Innovatient offers nVision Information Therapy Solution (nVision), which provides education, communication services and entertainment to patients using pre-existing hospital infrastructure and television sets. Using this system, patients can communicate with their healthcare providers, clinical teams and families about daily goals, pain levels, meal preferences and other matters.