Qure4u, a Bradenton, FLA.-based digital health company, closed a $25M funding round.
Volition Capital made the investment.
Founded in 2015 by Monica Bolbjerg, a physician who experienced the pain points of episodic care delivery firsthand, Qure4u aims to improve clinical insight and patient engagement between office visits. The all-in-one MyCarePlan platform digitizes key aspects of the patient journey—including scheduling, intake, consent forms, telehealth, care plan management, and remote patient monitoring—to bring greater collaboration, efficiency, and convenience to patients and providers. Solutions integrate seamlessly with major EHR systems.
Qure4u has scaled rapidly to become the industry leader in digital health solutions that empower healthcare organizations to increase quality of care by engaging with patients pre- and post-visit. The Qure4u management team consists of executives with decades of experience in healthcare IT and digital health. As a product-led organization, Qure4u is committed to innovation that enables healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes, increase patient retention, and drive operational efficiency.
Led by Founder and CEO Monica Bolbjerg, M.D., Qure4u provides a complete digital health platform which offers patients and providers an EHR-embedded ecosystem to support the entire patient journey, via Remote check-in, Virtual Waiting Room™, Digital Health Key™, Qure4u DriveUp™, data sharing, telehealth, pre- and post-procedure prep, remote patient monitoring, secure communication, and care plan features.
Today the company has 15,000+ daily users of its MyCarePlan patient engagement and virtual care platform, which serves 10M+ patients with an average of 2,500 new patients registering each day.