eVisit, a Phoenix-based SaaS telehealth company focused on enabling virtual care for hospitals and health systems, completed a $14m Series A funding.
The round was led by TVC Capital, a software-focused growth equity fund, with participation from current investors Kickstart Seed Fund, University Growth Fund, and Jeremy Andrus.
The company intends to use the funds to further enhance its marketing and sales outreach and continue to expand its development efforts.
Led by Bret Larsen, Co-Founder and CEO, eVisit provides a Virtual Care platform supporting all specialties via end-to-end technology that fully virtualizes every step of the care process. This includes activities such as scheduling, intake and waiting room management, the virtual visit itself, and payment and discharge, all grounded in government-grade security, EHR integration and analytics and reporting. The company is partnering with the largest health systems and provider groups across the U.S. to accelerate their virtual care strategy and simplify healthcare delivery to everyone everywhere.
The eVisit Virtual Care platform is now serving more than 100 hospitals and health systems – including some of the largest healthcare enterprises in the U.S. – hosting hundreds of thousands of virtual visits and connecting providers and patients within the HIPAA-compliant eVisit platform enabling providers to deliver efficient and effective patient care.