Exciting News from PokitDok!

By Lisa Maki,


At PokitDok, our mission is clear: we want to make access to healthcare easy, informative, transparent and affordable for our customers, partners and ultimately, for you. To that end, we have been working diligently to improve healthcare interoperability via our API platform. Today, we’re honored to announce our Series B Funding, which will propel us on our journey towards realizing this mission.

PokitDok was born a little over four years ago, after I spent six frustrating months navigating the road to treatment for a spinal injury. From poor communication and inefficient processes, to interoperability issues and a complete lack of price transparency, I knew there had to be a better way.

Since then, along with my co-founder, Ted Tanner Jr., our amazingly talented team has built connections between fragmented healthcare operating systems, where they never existed before. We have established direct relationships with more than 300 insurance carriers, the top EHRs nationwide, hospital systems, benefits enrollment companies, and have made these available to scale and speed time to market for the apps and services created by countless developers - all looking to change the face of healthcare.

This round of funding, led by Lemhi Ventures, is the first step in the next phase of our adventure. Our investors and entire team passionately believe in disruptive innovation, and in powering an integrated health experience via common cloud-based web services enjoyed by every other industry. By removing legacy data silos, fluid data delivery in health becomes possible. This inspires more efficient processes, cost savings, and improved quality of care.

Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us along the way. It’s an honor to work with a team of absolute rockstars and we look forward to changing the future of health, one API call at a time.

Share the health,

Lisa Maki

CEO of PokitDok

The opinions expressed in this blog are of the authors and not of PokitDok's. The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice.

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  Comments: 4

  1. Brilliant !

  2. Congratulations. I didn't always know what you were doing but I was sure that you 'cared' about what you were doing and you and your team had all the gifts necessary to make it happen. I am so pleased for you and celebrate with you. Great work and greater things to come.

  3. Congratulations - Long journeys often make for the best stories, and your team has built a terrific product. We are so very fortunate to be integrated with your platform and bring the Hospice industry one step closer to that vision of elegant and simple to use health care services.

    We look forward to being a part of your journey for a very long time.

    David "HT" Kramer

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