Markham EHR Tech Startup Nightingale Receives $3.5M Secured Loan

Markham’s Nightingale Informatix Corporation, a technology company on the TSX-V that provides Electronic Health Record (EHR) software, has received a $3.5 million secured loan from Beedie Capital Partners.

“We are very pleased with Beedie Capital’s decision to invest in Nightingale,” said CEO Sam Chebib. “This investment will allow the Company to focus its efforts on launching its next generation platform, Nightingale EHR (“Nexia”), to drive SaaS revenues in a meaningful way.”

For more than a decade, Nightingale has been delivering cloud-based EHR and Practice Management solutions to healthcare organizations across the United States and Canada.

The company said its goal is to “uncomplicate the day-to-day challenges of healthcare providers. We achieve this by creating software that is truly intuitive—minimizing training and maximizing adoption. We believe so strongly in building easy-to-use software that we structured our entire product team around user-centric design. Our clients are benefiting from this focus through a well-supported and robust solution that presents a holistic view of a person’s well-being in a simple, clean interface, so that the best health decisions can be made.”

Nightingale has already attracted well-known clients in the healthcare space like Mount Sinai Hospital, North York General Hospital, the Ottawa Hospital, Region of Waterloo Public Health and more.

Joseph Czikk

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