Patient Transportation Startup Roundtrip Gets a New Partnership Amid Year of Growth
Old City’s Roundtrip, makers of an on-demand transportation platform for the healthcare space, will partner with Madison, Wisconsin-based healthcare data platform Redox to improve the startup’s patient experience, the Philly company said Wednesday.
Roundtrip was founded in 2016 with the mission of connecting patients, care managers and relatives or friends with a way to book and pay for non-emergency medical transportation options. It’s essentially rideshare for medical transportation needs.
The deal comes less than a year after the company announced a $5.1 million Series A in May 2019, with plans to double its then-headcount of 26, split between Philadelphia and Richmond.
Now, about eight months later, the headcount is up to 36 employees (with plans to hire at least a few more) and the company has a roster of 48 clients, a company spokesperson said. The company also reports a 372% growth in ride volume between 2018 and 2019.
Redox, which makes a full-service integration platform to securely and efficiently exchange healthcare data, specializes in interoperability — connecting and exchanging information.
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