CareDox, a NYC-based provider of a student health technology platform, raised $2.8m in seed equity and debt funding.
The round was led by Texo Ventures and Prolog Ventures while Western Technology Investment prvided $1.5 million venture debt financing.
The company, which has now raised $6.9m to date, intends to use the funds to expand sales and engineering functions in New York City and develop new strategic partnerships with leaders in the field of pediatric health.
Led by Hesky Kutscher, Founder and CEO, CareDox provides a technology platform which delivers free digital health tools for K12 public schools. With over 1 million students across 28 states under care, it support over 2,000 schools and school nurses in tracking student health, keeping their safe and connecting with parents.