Ellie Hensley | June 6, 2017
Atlanta-based cybersecurity startup Patientory raised $7.2 million in three days from 1,728 individual purchasers.
The money will be used to launch Patientory’s electronic medical record (EMR) storage platform, the goal of which is to unite EMR chains.
“We have all these EHRs that are siloed, that don’t speak to each other, that aren’t interoperable,” said Patientory CEO Chrissa McFarlane. “This is patient data that patients don’t have access to. They’re left to their own mercy to get that information themselves. We saw more need for universal health records.”