eazyScripts, a Chicago, IL-based telemedicine e-prescribing company, secured $2M in Series A funding.
Private equity firm Bluff Point Associates made the investment. As part of the transaction, Bluff Point Associates Managing Director Kevin Fahey will join the eazyScripts Technology Board of Directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand product development and sales footprint.
Led by Reed Liggin, CEO, eazyScripts provides e-prescribing software to submit electronic prescriptions and check prescription fill data. The company’s e-prescribing solution was built to address the specific needs of telemedicine providers, with an intuitive user experience without any training needed and adaptable to a provider’s preferences, running on desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.