Qure4u Raised $25 Million for Patient Management Platform

Qure4u, a digital patient and healthcare workflows management platform, announced the close of its $25 million funding from Boston growth equity firm Volition Capital.

According to Qure4u, its all-in-one MyCarePlan platform digitizes critical aspects of the patient journey – including scheduling, intake, consent forms, telehealth, care plan management, and remote patient monitoring- to bring greater collaboration, efficiency, and convenience to patients and providers. Solutions integrate seamlessly with major EHR systems, according to the company.

“Providers are embracing the notion that patients want to engage in new ways and play a more active role in their care,” said Qure4u Founder and CEO Monica Bolbjerg, M.D.

Monica Bolbjerg added: “Our mission at Qure4u is to enhance clinical insight and improve patient outcomes by streamlining processes through self-service digital health tools that strengthen patient/provider relationships and experience. Our relationship with Volition Capital will enable us to scale the business further so we can continue to bring vital digital health solutions to market to help providers and patients mutually thrive in the emerging healthcare landscape.”

According to the company, it has 15,000+ daily users for its MyCarePlan patient engagement platform, which serves 10M+ patients with an average of 2,500 new patients registering each day.

“Digital solutions that optimize processes and improve communication between patients and providers are completely changing the way healthcare is delivered,” said Roger Hurwitz, Managing Partner at Volition Capital.

Roger Hurwitz added: “Qure4u’s compelling vision and integrated virtual care platform is exactly what the market needs to digitally transform how healthcare is conducted by providers and consumed by patients. With this investment and strong management team, Qure4u has the foundation in place to lead the industry on the rising tide of digital care.”

Digital Health companies providing Practice Management solutions raised $480 million in Q2 2021. Recently, Swift Medical, a wound care management platform for healthcare enterprises, announced a Series B funding round of $35 million.