ImageMoverMD has crossed a hurdle, with a $4 million investment that will be used to broaden its customer network and add to its technology offerings.
ImageMover, founded in 2014, helps doctors and labs securely integrate images — such as medical photos from cellular phones and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) pictures from outside health systems — into a patient’s electronic health records.
New investors leading the funding round are Bain Capital Ventures, of Boston, and Cultivation Capital, of St. Louis, while Madison-based Health X Ventures is adding to its stake in ImageMover.
“Medical images play an increasingly important role in data-driven care, but legacy medical imaging systems are not well suited to leverage patient data or automatically integrate with electronic health records,” Yumin Choi, a partner at Bain Capital Ventures, said. Read the full story here.