Press Release

PatientOne, Inc Announces Completion of Series Seed Round Funding

MISSOULA, MT – February 1, 2019 – PatientOne, Inc. a Montana Digital Health Company that has developed a platform to improve the surgical episode of care and provide remote patient monitoring services to independent surgeons, surgery centers, and hospitals, is proud to announce the completion of their series seed round of investment. This development follows the company’s successful completion of the highly competitive BoomTown HealthTech Accelerator program in Boulder, CO in May of 2018 and the Blackfoot Technologies C2M innovation lab in Missoula this January.

The series seed round of investment is being led by Dundee Venture Capital of Omaha, NE and Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund (ROTR Fund). Dundee invests in early-stage tech founders across the Midwest and other underserved markets. Revolution’s ROTR Fund, launched in December 2017 by Steve Case and J.D. Vance, makes early stage investments in companies outside of Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston. Other investors in PatientOne’s seed round include Next Frontier Capital of Bozeman, MT, Goodworks Venture fund of Missoula and Service Provider Capital of Golden, CO.

Founded in 2018, PatientOne aims to reduce risks, communication errors and complications surrounding the surgical process, while creating greater efficiencies for patients and medical providers alike. The company has developed proprietary methods for providing comprehensive patient education, automated notifications and reminders to keep patients on track, and tools to allow patients and their doctors to stay connected, increasing patient safety and reducing unnecessary hospital re-admissions, while improving the doctor’s bottom line. PatientOne is committed to healthcare’s triple-aim goal of patient engagement, population health management, and bending the healthcare cost curve downwards.

PatientOne is led by local healthcare executives Jeff Fee (Formerly CEO of the Western Montana Region for Providence Health) and John O’Connor, FACMPE (Practice Administrator of Five Valleys Urology), and a pioneer in Learning Management Systems, Erik Guzik, PhD. “We are very excited about the future of our company and the opportunities this funding allows. To be supported by these top-flight investors in our early stage is an enormous advantage and the knowledge they possess is invaluable to our team”, stated Fee.


The company intends to hire for 5 professional positions in the next 60 days.  Click here to view current job openings

 

 

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