CareDox Raises $4.3 Million for K-12 Student Health Tracking Platform

CAREDOX: New York-based Caredox today announced a $4.3 million round—$2.8 million in equity funding led by TEXO Ventures and Prolog Ventures, and $1.5 million in venture debt from Western Technology Investment. To date, the company's total equity and debt funding hits $6.9 million. Caredox provides a mobile medical record system for K-12 schools, storing student health information including immunization records, medical history, medications and dietary needs. Parents have control over who sees the CareDox account data, such as nurses, teachers, or daycare administrators.

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