Bridge Connector, a Nashville, Tenn.-based interoperability company focused on health care communications, raised $25.5m in Series B financing.
The round, which brings total funding to over $45m, was led by Axioma Ventures, joined by all existing investors, including veteran investor Jeff Vinick.
The company intends to use the funds to increase its market share in health care interoperability and growth its new platform.
Led by Founder and CEO David Wenger, Bridge Connector provides a suite of vendor-agnostic integration solutions and a full-service delivery model, helping health care vendors, providers, and payers more easily share data between disparate systems, such as electronic health records (EHRs) or patient engagement solutions.
Destinations is a new integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) that connects health data systems using use-case-based interoperability blueprints to speed integrations with major vendors.
The new funding comes shortly after Bridge Connector finalized various collaborations with some of the most influential stakeholders in health IT, including Epic, Allscripts and Salesforce, as well as other system integrators such as MuleSoft.