CareDox, a New York City-based provider of free digital health platform for K12 schools, closed a $6.4m Series A funding round.
The round was led by Digitalis Ventures with participation from First Round Capital, Giza Venture Capital, TEXO Ventures, and Prolog Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to accelerate adoption of its electronic health records platform and expand the ecosystem of healthcare providers.
Led by Hesky Kutscher, CEO and founder, CareDox enables schools to electronically manage student health data and communicate student health information between the school, parents, and pediatrician. Aggregate student health data can then be used by school administrators to seek the funding and support they need to help their students.
The company has over 1.5 million students on the platform via partnerships with more than 2,000 U.S. public schools.