Luma Health, a San Francisco, CA-based smart patient-provider communications company,completed a $6.33m Series A funding.
The round, which brings total funding to $9.7m, was led by U.S. Venture Partners with participation from the Stanford-StartX Fund and additional existing investors. In conjunction with the funding, Dafina Toncheva of U.S. Venture Partners will join Luma Health’s board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to extend its go-to-market operations, including sales and marketing, while also expanding its engineering team to support its product roadmap.
Led by Adnan Iqbal, CEO and co-founder, Luma Health provides a mobile-first, cloud-based patient-provider communications platform designed to address the entire patient care journey. In addition, the company recently launched an extension to its platform with Care Pathway Messaging, a bot-enabled solution that allows healthcare providers to send customized text messages and clinical guidance based on medical specialty and procedure to address the personal needs and care journey of each individual patient. Two-way messaging functionality also allows patients to respond and ask questions via SMS, fully integrated with over 55 electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) systems.
Key features in the Luma Health patient-provider communications platform include: Care Pathway Messaging, Referral Management, Smart Waitlists, Actionable Reminders, Feedback and Reputation Management, Secure Chat and Web Scheduler.