Roundtrip, a digital transportation platform, announced it has raised $5.14 million in funding led by Motley Fool Ventures, with participation from a multi-billion dollar international health care software and medical device company, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Johns Hopkins University.
The Roundtrip software platform provides health care professionals — including care coordinators, social workers, nurses, and other ride requestors — with online and mobile tools to simplify ordering rides for health care consumers. Roundtrip connects consumers with non-emergency medical transportation such as rideshare, medical sedans, wheelchair vans, and stretcher vehicles exactly when and where they need it. Rides can be booked on-demand or scheduled in advance.
Roundtrip was founded in 2016 with the goal of improving health outcomes by providing the best possible rides for consumers through the simplest coordination imaginable. Designed for health systems and health plans, Roundtrip is an all-in-one ride ordering solution that improves access to care, patient flow, and consumer experience.
This was reported by MobiHealthNews on May 1, 2019