BoardVitals, a New York City-based healthcare startup, secured $1.1m in Series A funding.
Rock Creek Capital was the investor. In conjunction with the funding, Rick Stratford, a partner at Rock Creek Capital, joined BoardVital’s board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to grow the team and increase market penetration.
Founded in 2013 and led by Dan Lambert, CEO, and Dr. Andrea Paul, chief medical officer, BoardVitals develops digital assessment tools and medical content to prepare physicians, nurses, and medical health professionals for specialty board exams and certifications.
The company uses machine learning and crowd curation to identify and improve medical knowledge as information is published.
Since founding, it has trained over 30,000 doctors and the product has been purchased by over 150 institutions in the past year alone.
BoardVitals had previously received seed funding from several investors, including Blueprint Health, Rothenberg Ventures, and Charles Boorady.