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CareDox secures $4.3M for student health platform

Caredox, a provider of a cloud platform for tracking and managing student health, announced today that it has closed $2.8 million in seed funding led by TEXO Ventures and Prolog Ventures in addition to a $1.5 million venture debt agreement with Western Technology Investment.

The new $4.3 million in funding brings total capital raised for the company to $6.9 million.

Core to Caredox is its cloud platform, which helps schools and school nurses track and manage student health, from enrollment to medication information to immunization status. Since it’s cloud-based, the platform makes it easy to connect other relevant parties (e.g. parents) so they can get important health-related reminders or alerts.

Individuals in charge of overseeing the school’s overall health, like nurses, can see analytics related to the data on file and sync with third-party systems.

A free platform for K-12 public schools, CareDox currently serves over a million students across 28 states. Today, the company says 50 public school districts in the U.S. use its platform, including Baltimore City Public Schools and Chicago Public Schools.

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