Knowledge to Practice (K2P), a Bethesda, Md.-based edtech startup focused on Continuing medical education (CME), raised $6.5M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Rethink Education. In conjunction with the funding, Rick Segal, Managing Partner, Rethink Education, will join K2P’s board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its physician-education offerings into surgery, screening, and women’s health.
Led by Ellen Beliveau, Chief Executive Officer, Knowledge to Practice specializes in personalized, digital practice improvement. Through its proprietary technology, the company adult learning techniques combined with clinical content from academicians to deliver personalized online learning for physicians across the world.
The curriculum is personalized to each physician, enabling them to monitor their progress and learn wherever, whenever and however they choose. Designed to provide information customized to the practice needs, K2P’s proprietary online system allows physicians to self-assess, identify knowledge and practice gaps and develop their knowledge across their core competencies.