MedCity News June 23, 2021
Elise Reuter

DrChrono, one of  the first companies to build out a mobile-friendly EHR, raised $12 million in funding. The startup plans to use the funds to build out its telehealth platform. 

After launching a telehealth feature for its users earlier this year, health records startup DrChrono plans to build it out with new funding. The company recently raised $12 million in venture debt led by ORIX Growth Capital, which led a financing for DrChrono last year. 

After a challenging year for DrChrono’s customers, COO and Co-Founder Daniel Kivatinos said the startup is charting big growth plans for this year.

“We are going to be growing quickly in 2021 across all areas of our business…” he said in a news release. 

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