Komodo Health, a NYC- and San Francisco, CA-based health tech company, raised $220m in Series E funding round.
The round was led by Tiger Global Management and joined by Casdin Capital and existing investors ICONIQ Growth, Andreessen Horowitz, and SVB Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate investment in its enterprise technology platform, application suite, and core data assets.
Founded in 2014 by Arif Nathoo, MD, CEO, and Web Sun, co-founder and president, Komodo Health provides a health platform to deliver patient-level insights by dynamically analyzing the broadest array of data across patients, practitioners, and health systems.
The company leverages Healthcare Map™, a complete record of de-identified, real-world patient insights, which uses artificial intelligence and advanced data analytics to track encounters with the healthcare system for over 325 million patients.
Earlier this year, Komodo acquired Mavens, a cloud computing company focused on the life sciences industry — as well as its Series D funding led by ICONIQ Growth.