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Digital Assent Secures $2 Million Series A Financing to Grow PatientPad Point-of-Care Network

ATLANTA Jan. 24, 2011 Atlanta Digital Assent PatientPad $2 million

The completion of the oversubscribed round of funding allows the company, founded in 2009, to execute on its vision at an accelerated pace. That vision – to make the "patient clipboard" a thing of the past by automating the patient intake process – relies largely on this month’s launch of a national campaign to sell and deploy the PatientPad to practices in all major U.S. metropolitan markets by the end of 2011.  Additionally, the company will use the funds to expand sales and marketing programs, increase its workforce and invest in ongoing research and development, all the while preparing itself for a possible second round of financing to come at the end of the year.

$2 Million Andrew Ibbotson

the United States $36 billion


James Balloun David McKenney

Mark Buffington $2 million

"We expanded our round after hearing from these investors that they were interested in joining our angels," explained Ibbotson.  "We are proud to have raised capital that comes with proven strategic and operational guidance from these new partners, and we look forward to working with them to continue to grow our business."

Frank X. Dalton

$2 million New York Ohio Texas Florida $5 million to $10 million

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