State of Entrepreneurship 2022: More Than $2 Billion Invested in North Texas Entrepreneurs Last Year

by | Mar 14, 2022
It's the second year in a row to surpass $1 billion, said Trey Bowles at the Dallas Entrepreneur Center's annual State of Entrepreneurship event.
Local Innovators Take Home Awards at Dallas’ State of Entrepreneurship 2022 Event
by | Mar 14, 2022

At the Dallas Entrepreneur Center’s State of Entrepreneurship event last week, individual innovators and local startups were recognized for their accomplishments over the past year. And, according to the numbers, there was a lot to celebrate....

Dallas Health Solutions Startup MediBookr Acquired by Plano’s Catalyst Health Network
by | Jul 27, 2021
The parent company of Catalyst Health Network, StratiFi Health, has acquired MediBookr, which streamlines communication between patients and providers with its digital suite of solutions. Catalyst Health Network and MediBookr will now act as one organization dedicated to enabling primary care for everyone.
Sunny Nadolsky, founder and CEO of Medibookr. [Photo: Medibookr]
MediBookr Founder Says the Future of Healthcare Has a UX Built for Customer Loyalty
by | Feb 9, 2021
"Traditionally, customer lifetime value hasn’t existed in healthcare," says Sunny Nadolsky. She's out to change that with her startup's user-friendly platform that streamlines communication between patients and healthcare providers.

Follow the Money: MediBookr Seed Round Nets $675K, defi Solutions Has $55M Series C Raise

by | Jan 25, 2018
From health care and esports startups to a provider of lending industry software, see some of the latest capital garnered with North Texas ties.
MediBookr Recognized as
National Health‑Care Innovator
by | Jun 30, 2017
The Dallas startup was the only Texas company featured as part of Premier Inc.'s Innovation Celebration amid products from 3M Corporation, Abbott/St. Jude Medical, and Siemens Healthineers.
Health Care Startup Snags Free Flights in ‘Soar To Success’ Competition
by | Sep 8, 2016
MediBookr was praised as something that could “democratize health care," by a judge in the contest that partnered Southwest Airlines and Addison TreeHouse.