Crains Chicago Business: Health-software startup raises $5.6 million
The last time Ben Albert and Carrie Kozlowski tried to improve the way patients get health care, the focus was on what happened after patients saw the doctor.
This time, the pair are working on what happens before patients get to the doctor’s office.
Albert and Kozlowski raised $5.6 million for Upfront Healthcare Services, which makes software that helps doctors improve patient scheduling. The funding was led by Nashville Capital Network, along with Hyde Park Venture Partners, Echo Health Ventures and Martin Ventures.