PatientFi secures significant investment to enhance elective healthcare payments

PatientFi, a pioneering platform offering innovative payment and subscription solutions for elective healthcare, has announced a considerable growth equity investment.

This financial backing is led by Questa Capital, a venture growth equity firm with a keen focus on healthcare companies in their expansion stage. The round also saw participation from existing investors, underscoring a broad base of confidence in PatientFi’s vision and strategy.

PatientFi, established in 2017, has quickly ascended to become a key player in the point of care payments landscape. The company’s mission is to make elective healthcare procedures more affordable and accessible for patients. By leveraging a comprehensive suite of technology tools, PatientFi offers flexible payment plans and subscription models that have fundamentally transformed the way patients engage with elective healthcare services.

The recent funding round is earmarked for a number of strategic initiatives aimed at bolstering PatientFi’s market leadership. The company plans to accelerate its sales and marketing efforts, forge new commercial partnerships, and launch innovative product initiatives.

Questa Capital’s Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Brad Sloan, said, “PatientFi has seen incredible growth over the last few years across the aesthetics market, where market demand is incredibly robust. At Questa, we are extremely impressed by PatientFi’s innovation in alleviating the cost barrier for the consumer, while also recognizing the business needs and customer retention value for the medical provider.

“An emerging leader in patient payments, we believe PatientFi is at the epicenter of bridging accessibility for the patient with high-quality medical providers and life enhancing treatments.”

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