Kyruus, a Boston, MA-based enterprise software company that allows hospitals to optimize patient access and referral management, raised $25m in funding.
The round was led by New Leaf Venture Partners, with participation from Providence Health & Services, Leerink Capital Partners, and McKesson Ventures and existing investors Venrock, Highland Capital Partners, Lux Capital, and Fidelity Biosciences. In conjunction with the funding, Sam Brasch, Venture Partner at New Leaf, joined Kyruus’ Board.
The company intends to use the funds to further build its commercial team and increasen the adoption of its technology.
Led by Dr. Graham Gardner, CEO and Co-Founder, Kyruus is a provider of enterprise software solutions that enable hospitals, health systems, and physician organizations to optimize the patient experience across all channels of patient access.
Leveraging a proprietary Big Data approach, the company’s technologies integrate and enrich information about provider expertise, demographics, and scheduling logic for real-time referrals and supply-demand matching throughout the health system.