Jun 3, 2013 - Seamless Medical Systems of Santa Fe said Friday that it has closed on $2 million in early-stage funding.
Seamless developed the SNAP software idea in Santa Fe, a new way for doctors to check in patients and do medical record keeping on the fly with an iPad. The financing came from individual investors, rather than a venture or angel fund, Seamless said in a news release.
One-third of the investors are practicing physicians, the company said. Albuquerque Business First reported in March that Seamless expected to close the deal soon.
Seamless Medical investor Dr. Hala Toubbeh of Albuquerque said, “Seamless is working to improve patient engagement throughout the entire care continuum, from registration to the exam room and then driving communication between patients and practices outside the office. I see no one else as focused on improving the patient experience like Seamless Medical is with SNAP Practice.”
The company will open another round of funding this summer, said Seamless Medical founder David Perez. “This will help us expand our market reach in North America this year, as well as releasing SNAP Practice software updates that include integrations with more EHR [electronic health records] systems, forms and health content for additional medical specialties and a Spanish language version,” Perez said.