According to a regulatory filing HealthFleet, a Boston-based health technology startup, is raising up to $3M in venture capital. The company previously raised a $1.1M Series A in August 2012.
HealthFleet’s platform connects patients with counselors (nurses, nutritionists and other caregivers) and health management content to help manage their health beyond the hospital or doctor’s office.
Founder and CEO Bill Van Wyck has quite a track record for founding companies and taking the public. According to the HealthFleeet about page:
Prior to founding HealthFleet, Mr. Van Wyck founded RedRoller, the ‘Travelocity for shipping packages’ where in 2007 he grew it to a public company (OTCBB:RROL) with over 10,000 users. Prior to RedRoller, Mr. Van Wyck successfully built, operated and sold CSI, a technology integrator, to Elcom International, one of the first ecommerce solution companies. Mr. Van Wyck grew Elcom’s same-region sales from $13MM to $110MM in two years, during which time Elcom completed its IPO (Nasdaq:ELCO). An experienced entrepreneur, Mr. Van Wyck has both public and private company operating experience.
Investors in this and the previous round were not revealed in the funding documents.