Healthcare Startup DexCare Raises $75M to Advance its Technology


Seattle-based health care tech startup DexCare has raised a $75 million Series C round. With the funding, announced Wednesday, DexCare has now raised $146 million from investors since spinning out of Providence in 2021. The company said the funding will go toward advancing its technology.

“This financing validates DexCare’s impact to modernize health commerce,” co-founder and CEO Derek Streat said in a release. “With the backing of our investors, partners and customers, we’re overhauling an antiquated industry.

DexCare helps health care systems make it easier for patients to set up appointments using major search engines like Google and Bing, and it helps consumers find the best care options based on their needs. The company says it has served more than 57 million patients.