CertifyOS, a New York-based first-of-its-kind provider intelligence platform powered by API integrations and hundreds of verified data points, announced that it closed on a $14.5 million Series A financing.
The round was led by General Catalyst, with participation from Upfront Ventures, Max Ventures, and Arkitekt Ventures, which brings CertifyOS’ total funding to date to more than $19 million.
CertifyOS will use the fund to strengthen its automation software for clinician credentialing, licensing, and enrollment.
The startup also announced it has received certification as a CVO from the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
“We are fundamentally trying to change how the U.S. healthcare industry interacts with provider data.” - Anshul Rathi, Founder, and CEO said.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: September 2022
Lead Investors: General Catalyst
Additional Investors: Upfront Ventures, Max Ventures, and Arkitekt Ventures
Company Website: https://www.certifyos.com/
Software Category: Credentialing Automation Platform
About the Company: CertifyOS is a first-of-its-kind provider intelligence platform, powered by API integrations and hundreds of verified data points. CertifyOS unlocks insights and powers performance for clinicians, teams, and organizations, with frictionless licensing and enrollment, one-click credentialing, and real-time network monitoring at your fingertips. CertifyOS has built APIs that automate credentialing, eliminating unnecessary paperwork and long turnaround times. CertifyOS sells its platform-agnostic technology to payers, health systems, and digital health companies, using a mix of SaaS fees and per-provider fees. Thirty-five customers use the startup’s software for credentialing, licensing, and enrollment—the two biggest are VillageMD and Thirty Madison. CertifyOS is fully certified by NCQA for 10 out of 10 verification services.