AdaptX, a Seattle, WA-based self-serve clinical management solution company, raised $10M in funding.
The round was led by Cercano Management with participation from Memorial Hermann Health System and Morningside Ventures, as well as returning investors Founders’ Co-op, Fortson VC, Star Equity, and WRF Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to invest in its AI-driven Adaptive Clinical Management™ technology.
Led by Warren Ratliff, chief executive officer, and Dan Low, MD, chief medical officer, AdaptX provides self-serve solutions that empower clinical leaders to assess, improve, and manage care across patients, using data from their electronic medical records (EMRs). With it, clinicians rapidly adapt treatments and workflows, improving care for patients while delivering immediate return-on-investment (ROI) for their institutions. AdaptX’s AI-driven Mission Control Center™ empowers clinical leaders to quickly leverage their real-world data to assess performance, compare approaches, and adapt – across patients, teams, protocols, workflows, and facilities.