This article was originally published in Colorado Inno.
A health tech company that wants to use robotic process automation to make faxed medical records a thing of the past has launched with $3 million in seed funding.
Credo, launched this week, digitizes and automates medical and claims record retrieval through RPA. The Denver-area startup is led by founder and CEO Carm Huntress, who also founded RxRevu, a national network that provides real-time cost transparency on prescription benefits to health care providers.
FirstMile led the funding round for the new company, with additional participation by Hannah Grey Ventures, SpringTime Ventures and Headwater Ventures.