Kyruus, a Boston, MA-based company that delivers provider search and scheduling solutions for health systems, raised $30m in funding.
Francisco Partners made the investment, which followed a $42m Series D round Kyruus closed late last year. Francisco Partners’ Co-President Ezra Perlman, who focuses on investments in the healthcare IT sector, will serve on Kyruus’ Board of Directors.
The additional funding, which brings total funding to more than $155m, will accelerate the company’s plans to expand its platform, broaden its presence with health systems, and expand to new market segments.
The company now serves 600 hospitals and over a quarter of a million healthcare providers across the US.
Led by Graham Gardner, MD, CEO, Kyruus delivers search and scheduling solutions for health systems to match patients with the right providers across their enterprise-wide access points. Serving more than 250,000 providers across health systems nationwide, the Kyruus ProviderMatch® suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and care settings—enables a modern patient experience, while optimizing provider utilization.