KeyCare announced today that it closed $24 million in a Series A financing round for its virtual-first care platform built with Epic.
Chicago-based KeyCare designed a platform for offering health systems the ability to easily augment care teams, optimize capacity and widen digital front doors through partnerships with a nationwide network of virtual care group.
On the platform, patients can can schedule appointments with a variety of Virtualists via their own health system’s MyChart portal or call center. Virtualists then complete the encounter on KeyCare’s Epic platform, completing what KeyCare described in a news release as a “seamless experience” with interoperable records.
The funding round was backed by 8VC, LRVHealth, Bold Capital, and Spectrum Health Ventures, KeyCare said.
“People expect a connected and convenient digital care experience,” said Alan Hutchison, VP of population health at Epic. “Rath…