Atlas, an AI-powered, patient-centered financial-navigator company, announced a $40 million Series A funding round. Felicis Ventures led the round with participation from GreatPoint Ventures, Tribe Capital, Global Founders Capital and MBX Capital.
The company’s platform is designed to match patients to medical financial aid programs and advocates. The tool was created to integrate with a healthcare provider’s systems in order to match patient accounts and prescriptions to potential programs. The company’s patient advocates are able to submit claims and track payment. The company pitches its tool as a way to build reimbursement from philanthropic funds.
The Seattle-based company plans to use the new funds to propel its go-to-market strategy, according to its release.
Patient-triage company Infermedica scored $30 million in Series B funding. One Peak led the funding round with participation from Karma Ventures, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Heal Capital and Inovo Venture Partners. The startup plans to use the money to boost its global commercial presence and expand its global footprint.
The company closed a $10.2 million Series A funding round in August 2020. To date, the company boasts of $44 million in capital.
Infermedica’s products include a symptom-checking, AI-enabled chatbot that guides patients through