ImageMoverMD, a Madison, Wis.-based software platform that leverages a deep Electronic Health Record (EHR) integration to automate and simplify medical image management and collection, raised $4m in financing.
The round was led by Bain Capital Ventures, Cultivation Capital, and Health X Ventures, with participation from Colle Capital and Wisconsin Investment Partners.
The company will use the financing to grow its network of customers and expand its technology offering.
Launched in 2014 and led by Darcey Nett, CEO, ImageMover leverages a deep integration with the EHR, the source of truth for patient information, to automate and simplify workflows related to capturing images from collection modalities, and storing images in PACS systems and medical image archives. Since its launch in 2014, the platform has automated the management of millions of images and grown to accommodate numerous image-focused clinical workflows. The company was included in Epic’s launch of the App Orchard, but is agnostic to any EHR system and compatible with any PACS and archive system.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital recently launched ImageMover’s Mobile solution to allow its providers to simply and securely capture and store photos and videos using any iPhone or Android device, and they will be adding ImageMover’s other tools shortly.