Medical Platform League Brings in $95M Series C

The platform can be used to access telemedicine, personal health records or file insurance claims.

Written by Abel Rodriguez
Published on Feb. 01, 2022
Medical Platform League Brings in $95M Series C
League raises 95 million.
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There has been a renewed interest in healthtech startups since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In the beginning, companies like Higi — a Chicago startup focused on making “smart health stations” that minimize human contact — received $30 million. But the demand for healthtech hasn’t slowed down yet. Startups like Verily and Prolucent Health have been making waves the past few months for their respective data analytics and AI integration in the health sector. 

Now, another healthtech startup is set to bring new solutions to the industry following its recent investment. League, a medical platform-as-a-service (PaaS) company, announced on Tuesday that it raised $95 million in a Series C round. The round was led by TDM Growth Partners with participation from Workday Ventures.

Through League’s platform companies ranging from health insurances to medical organizations can create digital patient experiences. These experiences would let patients access telemedicine, personal medical records and other services. The platform is HIPAA compliant, too, making it viable for medical use. 

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For health insurance companies, the platform can also be used to streamline claims submissions and pay off medical bills. 

“League’s PaaS offering is positioned as the de facto digital infrastructure to build comprehensive healthcare consumer experiences. Providers, payers, consumer health partners and employers use League’s platform to build unique and differentiated applications that transform healthcare from a patchwork of disparate point solutions to a cohesive experience that just works,” League CEO Michael Serbinis said in a prepared statement. 

According to the company, which is based in Toronto and has a presence in Chicago, the new capital will be used to scale the platform. League also has several open positions based in Chicago for additions to its sales and development teams. 

With the latest investment, League has raised more than $205 million since launching in 2014.

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