DICOM Grid, a Phoenix, Arizona-based provider of a cloud-based platform for medical imaging management, has secured $7.5m in Series A financing.
The round was led by Canaan Partners, with participation from CHL Medical Partners and private investors.
The investment will accelerate DICOM Grid’s market expansion and product development.
In conjunction with the funding, Stephen Bloch, M.D., a general partner at Canaan Partners, Myles Greenberg, M.D., a general partner at CHL Medical Partners, and Steven Yecies, CEO at Chronic Health Capital, have joined the company’s board of directors.
DICOM Grid’s ImageCare™ platform is designed to make digital medical imaging accessible to facilities and physicians, in order to improve their efficiency, reduce errors, and enhance the quality of care.