CareDox raises $6.4M Series A for student healthcare

Ronny Kerr · March 15, 2017 · Short URL:

Schools provide the front line of health for many Americans, but they're too often overlooked

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Healthcare and education have dominated headlines recently, but did you know they're connected? Though schools serve as the front line of healthcare for many Americans, they're often overlooked. This new startup hopes to change that.

CareDox, a technology provider for schools, families, and healthcare providers, announced today that it has closed a $6.4 million Series A round led by Digitalis Ventures with participation from First Round Capital, Giza Venture Capital, TEXO Ventures, and Prolog Ventures.

In this interview, Hesky Kutscher (CEO and founder of CareDox) talks about the company's offering, the new funding, and the nuance behind political developments in both education and healthcare. Take a listen:

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