BloomAPI, a Seattle, WA-based tech healthcare data startup, raised $2.4m in funding.
Backers included Y-Combinator, Slow Ventures, Founders’ Co-Op, Bill Maris’s new fund, Section 32, Liquid 2 Ventures and Parker Conrad.
The company intends to use the funds to hire a team of engineering, operations, and sales staff.
Led by Michael Wasser, CEO, BloomAPI provides a software platform that can be installed in doctors’ office and connects to their electronic medical record system, pulls the requested record and sends it to a patient, another doctor, or insurance company instantly.
The company already has 300 doctors in its network and is helping digitally transmit records for more than 1,000,000 patients.