PatientBank

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PatientBank is a platform for gathering and sharing medical data.[1] Headquartered in San Francisco,[2] PatientBank takes a patient-centric approach to empower patients to access and use their own medical records more easily and efficiently.[3] PatientBank has three main features for those who want to manage their own healthcare data: medical record retrieval, secure online storage, and sharing.[4][5] Users can order medical records from any doctor or hospital all online, regardless of the provider network or health plan.[6]

History[edit]

The startup was founded in 2015 by Paul Fletcher-Hill, Feridun Mert Celebi, Kevin Grassi, MD and Graham Kaemmer who all met at Yale University.[7][8]

PatientBank has received funding from Y Combinator, General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, SV Angel, Spectrum 28 and Data Collective.[9][10]

References[edit]

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  1. ^ Constine, Josh. "The 48 startups that launched at Y Combinator S16 Demo Day 2". TechCrunch. 
  2. ^ Mack, Heather. "PatientBank gets $2.2M for online medical record sharing system". MobiHealthNews. 
  3. ^ Constine, Josh. "The 48 startups that launched at Y Combinator S16 Demo Day 2". TechCrunch. 
  4. ^ "PatientBank Makes Tracking Down Your Medical Records Easy". Fibrodaze. 
  5. ^ Baum, Stephanie. "PatientBank uses standardization to improve medical record retrieval by patients". MedCityNews. 
  6. ^ Mack, Heather. "PatientBank gets $2.2M for online medical record sharing system". MobiHealthNews. 
  7. ^ Mack, Heather. "PatientBank gets $2.2M for online medical record sharing system". MobiHealthNews. 
  8. ^ Penic, Fred (13 December 2016). "PatientBank Lands $2.2M to Help People Request Medical Records Online". HITConsultant. 
  9. ^ Mack, Heather. "PatientBank gets $2.2M for online medical record sharing system". MobiHealthNews. 
  10. ^ Baum, Stephanie. "PatientBank uses standardization to improve medical record retrieval by patients". MedCityNews.