Tagnos, an Aliso Viejo, CA-based developer of a clinical logistics automation solution for hospitals and clinics, received funding from Cisco Investments.
The investment, of undisclosed amount, was made through the Cisco Webex Innovation Fund and will support Tagnos’ 18-month-old integration with the cloud-based Webex Teams app for continuous teamwork.
Led by Neeraj Bhavani, Founder and CEO, Tagnos provides a SaaS based clinical logistics automation solution for hospitals and clinics. The platform analyzes data from clinical systems, including EHR, CPOE, LIS, RIS, and ADT systems, along with RTLS tracking devices, to facilitate patient flow through the hospital. The insights produced by its AI help organizations optimize their staff and asset utilization to prevent bottlenecks, reduce wait times and improve throughput.
The first two hospitals to pilot the integrated solution are Covenant Speciality Hospital in Lubbock, Texas, and White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.
Earlier this year, the company raised series A funding of $5m from Benhamou Global Ventures, Morpheus Ventures and Zebra Ventures, the investment arm of Zebra Technologies Corp.