MedCity News March 22, 2021
Elise Reuter

Komodo, a data analytics startup building out information on patient encounters and outcomes, raised $220 million in funding. It plans to use the funds to build out its platform and further integrate it in users’ workflows.

More investors are pouring funds into Komodo Health, a healthcare analytics startup working to follow patient encounters and outcomes using de-identified data. The company raised $220 million in funding in a series E round that bolstered its valuation past $3.3 billion.

Tiger Global led the funding round, and Casdin Capital joined as a new investor. Previous investors, including Andreessen Horowitz, ICONIQ Growth and Silicon Valley Bank, also joined the funding round.

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