SwervePay raises $10M to support text-based medical bill payment system
By Meg Graham
SwervePay, a Chicago-based company that lets patients pay medical bills through texts, has raised $10 million in funding.
The round, announced Tuesday, is led by Garland Capital Group, an investment manager headed by Huron Consulting founder and former CEO Gary Holdren. Greg Wasson, former president and CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, is also an investor.
Medical-payments startup gets $10 million
By John Pletz
A Chicago-area tech company that built a mobile-payments platform for doctors’ offices has raised $10 million from some big-name local investors.
SwervePay landed money from Garland Capital, the venture fund of Huron Consulting co-founder Gary Holdren; KGC Capital, an investment fund led by former William Blair banker Dick Kiphart; former Walgreens CEO Greg Wasson, Jim Sohr, founder and former CEO of Chicago-based AIM Healthcare Services; River Forest-based Mandell Ventures; Ned Jannotta Jr., a former William Blair chairman; and Ric Elias of Red Ventures, a Charlotte, N.C.-based online-marketing firm…
SwervePay Health’s HIMSS16, HX360 Presentations Explore Impact of One-Click Text-Based Payment Programs on Revenues, Patient Loyalty
Patient-centric payment solution provider will feature its app- and portal-free payment platform in booth #14037 in the Revenue Cycle Pavilion and booth #69 in the HX360 Innovation Pavilion.