Medmo, a NYC-based medical imaging technology company, raised $9M in funding.
The round was led by Lerer Hippeau, alongside existing investors Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), C2 Ventures and Stone IsraVentures. In addition, angel investors participated, including Elliot Cohen, Simon Bolz and Dr. Simon Lorenz.
The company intends to use the funds to further accelerate its rapid expansion and platform development.
Led by CEO Lucas Takahashi, Medmo is a medical imaging technology company whose platform makes the imaging process seamless by improving scheduling, expediting patient intake, lowering costs, and maximizing quality of care across MRIs, CTs, Mammograms, Ultrasounds, and X-Rays, among other offerings. The system also lowers administrative burden for providers, improves patient adherence, and drives efficiencies in imaging center operations.
Medmo runs within existing healthcare systems’ workflows, demonstrating “real world” effectiveness across various healthcare settings. It consistently drives better patient outcomes, closes gaps in care, and reduces overall healthcare costs. The company has expanded nationwide to support a wide variety of clients, ranging from traditional primary care groups to large multi-specialty health systems to virtual health groups.