Sansoro Health, a Minneapolis MN-based startup that makes it easy to exchange real-time health care data between digital health applications and EMRs led by Bain Capital Ventures. The digital health startup plans to use the funding to expand sales, marketing and operations to accelerate transforming health care IT ecosystems through real-time digital health interoperability.
Among U.S. hospital system chief information officers, 62% identify interoperability as their most important priority. Founded in 2014, Sansoro’s core product, EmissaryTM, leverages APIs for a quick and secure plug and-play solution enabling innovators to scale quickly and health care to take the next big step towards true interoperability.
Once installed, this middleware can be used to connect to a wide array of third party software and hardware and will support a “build once, roll many” approach. Emissary can be implemented in a matter of hours by seamlessly integrating with a provider’s existing EMR platform; saving healthcare systems thousands of dollars and headaches in the process.
“Sansoro Health solves the #1 problem for most hospital CIOs, who often have a 2-3 year backlog of systems to integrate,” said Yumin Choi, managing director of Bain Capital Ventures. “Jeremy has built a spectacular team with deep industry expertise, and they’ve developed an elegant solution that is far superior to anything we’ve seen in this space. Unlike other vendors that rely on limiting data formats, Sansoro offers robust integration that can cut implementation from months to days.”