EPatientFinder raises $8.2 million Series B financing

EPatientFinder, a healthcare technology company that connects physicians to patients for clinical trial opportunities through its platform, has raised $8.2 million in Series B financing from a healthcare technology investor syndicate. The names of the investors were not disclosed. The latest investment brings its total capital raised to about $11 million to date.

The company says it will use the capital to fuel the company’s next stage of growth.”An average of 86 percent of patients express interest in opting into the clinical trial screening process that we offer,” Tim Dorsett, co-founder of ePatientFinder said.

EPatientFinder was co-founded by Tom Dorsett, Tushar Jain, Greg Sweatt, and Dillon Krug.

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