Healthcare Company MediBookr Closes Bridge Round, Raises Total Funding to $3.3M

The Dallas company closed a bridge round from a DFW institutional investor. The funding will be used to support MediBookr's growth and expand its proprietary digital health platform. 

Dallas-based MediBookr has raised its total funding to $3.3 million after closing a bridge round from an unnamed institutional investor in North Texas. The funding amount was undisclosed.

The company focuses on innovating the patient experience through a digital suite of solutions, including flexible APIs and professional support services.The latest round of funding will be used to support MediBookr’s growth and expand its proprietary digital health platform, according to a statement.

“Healthcare is challenged with traditionally a fairly poor patient experience which has a lot of downstream impact to the bottom line of almost all constituents involved. Underlying drivers are a general lack of transparency, too many gaps and fragmented solutions,” MediBookr Founder and CEO Sunny Nadolsky said in a statement.

Nadolsky, a visionary healthcare industry leader, is driven by a mission and passion to fix healthcare through smart technology.  She’s a serial entrepreneur who also co-founded KooLocal.com.

MediBookr says it’s unlocking an experience that will lower the cost of care and improve population health organization outcomes by making patient access simpler, streamlining communications, and navigating care pathways.

Medibookr solves problems for “all three Ps in healthcare,” according to the company:

  • Patients and members are not engaged, despite needing better access and more information. 
  • Payers and employers need to engage patients to select the right providers at the right time. 
  • Providers need digital tools to engage patients and deliver virtual care.

 

So far, MediBookr has raised $3 million in angel funding and is currently raising $5 million to support its rapid growth, according to the company.

MediBookr was founded by Nadolsky in 2015 and piloted its solution in 2018. The company gained early traction in 2019, seeing fast growth in 2020, according to the company. The company projects $45 million in revenue in year five, according to its recent Venture Dallas pitch.

Quincy Preston contributed to this report.

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