Just five months after closing a $42 million Series D funding round, Kyruus has raised a further $30 million. The investment comes from private equity firm Francisco Partners. The additional funding will go to developing its platform, and in acquiring new customers.
The company’s patient access platform matches patients to providers through multiple entry points – call centres, online or in care settings. It allows patients to identify the most suitable healthcare provider, and to schedule appointments directly. The platform is used by 600 hospitals and over a quarter of a million healthcare providers across the US.
Ezra Perlman, Co-President of Francisco Partners, joins the Kyruus board of directors. He said: “At a time when major capacity constraints have converged with a rapid uptick in new care delivery methods, Kyruus is perfectly positioned to meet the industry’s evolving needs.”
Kyruus was founded in 2010 by Graham Gardner and Julie Yoo. John McLean, who led the company through its Series C and D rounds as CFO, recently moved to Current Health, the British remote patient monitoring company. The latest investment takes the total funding to-date to over $155 million.