Luma Health announced today that it raised $130 million in a Series C financing round, bringing its total funding to $160 million.
FTV Capital, a sector-focused growth equity investment firm, led the financing, which also included participation from existing investors.
San Francisco-based Luma Health said in a news release that it currently remains on track to connect nearly a quarter of all Americans to care in 2022 and scale internationally.
The company’s platform aims to unify and automate the patient healthcare journey, integrating with more than 80 electronic health records (EHRs) and leading vendors across the healthcare IT stack to centralize and automate scheduling and communication with patients.
More than 550 health systems, hospitals, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) and clinic networks in the U.S. use Luma’s platform, as customers can use its more than 25 customizable solutions and its scalable integration platform to create bespoke patient experiences.
“In the tight-knit community of enterprise healthcare, word of Luma Health has gotten out,” Luma Health Co-Founder & CEO Adnan Iqbal said in the release. “With this investment, we will continue to meet the demands of leading healthcare delivery systems nationwide and deliver on our promise to our customers: helping transform the complexities of healthcare into convenient, seamless experiences for their patients.”