Shadowbox Closes $6 Million Series A Led by Baleon Capital

Shadowbox, a healthcare automation company, has announced that it has raised $6 million in Series A funding from Baleon Capital. The company is focused on automating workflows between healthcare providers and their customers. Shadowbox’s patented technology enables the transfer of patient data quickly and accurately, which can save providers time and money.

With this funding, Shadowbox will continue to develop its technology and expand its reach to more healthcare providers. This will help Shadowbox achieve its goal of making healthcare more efficient and effective for everyone involved.

Greg Stein is the CEO of Shadowbox, which revolutionizes workflow automation between healthcare providers and patients. By utilizing its patented technology, provider systems are effortlessly connected to a library of electronic health records (EHRs). This allows for complete, accurate, and cost-effective transfer of patient data– freeing providers from having to waste time and money on traditional integration projects that often prove fruitless.

“We are thrilled to have the support of Baleon Capital as we scale Shadowbox,” said Stein. “This funding will allow us to continue developing our technology and expanding our reach to help more healthcare providers improve efficiency, reduce costs, and provide better care for their patients.”

Baleon Capital is an early-stage growth fund that invests in companies with high potential.

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