Nashville’s XSOLIS lands $75 million to scale its healthcare data start-up

Hypepotamus reports that XSOLIS, a Nashville-based healthcare data start-up, is ready to scale after securing $75 million in funding.

According to this article, the company secured a “minority growth” investment from Brighton Park Capital, a Connecticut-based firm specializing in growth-stage healthtech firms. “This investment will be a catalyst as we continue to expand and deliver new technology solutions, creating a better healthcare experience for patients, payers, and providers,” said Joan Butters, Chief Executive Officer of XSOLIS.

Founded in 2013, Hypepotamus says the company’s revenue has grown to more than $35 million.

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