Suki Raises $55M in Series C Funding


Suki, a Redwood City CA-based artificial intelligence (AI) powered health care technology company, raised $55M in series C funding.

The round was led by March Capital, with participation from Philips Ventures, Venrock, Flare Capital, Breyer Capital, inHelth Ventures, Gaingels Group, Pankaj Patel (ex-Chief Development Officer of Cisco), Andrew Deutsch (CEO of RIMA Radiology), and Russell Farscht.

The company intends to use the funds to make strategic investments that will lead to an expansion of its user base through new and existing partnerships with health systems and medical groups while bolstering employee growth and development.

Led by Punit Soni, CEO, Powered by artificial intelligence, Suki uses natural language processing and machine learning to create clinically accurate medical notes and streamlines administrative tasks, such as retrieving patient information from the electronic health record (EHR) or ICD-10 coding (Suki Assistant). As a digital clinical assistant, Suki supports doctors practicing in any clinical setting, as well as any specialty, including cardiology, orthopedics, plastic surgery, ophthalmology, pediatrics, and family medicine. Providers can use a wide variety of voice commands to complete tasks, further personalizing the voice-enabled experience and streamlining workflows.