Medal makes medical data easy. Medal works with existing systems and frameworks to export, structure, identify and/or de-identify clinical data for payers, providers, and their IT teams. Medal connects the “last mile” of care locations and is easy for providers and administrators to install. Our best-in-class natural language processing extracts clinical concepts with the skill and understanding of the best-trained coders.
Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
42 (est)
Medal was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Medal has an office in San Francisco

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$3.8 m

Latest funding size

$3.8 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year


Medal's latest funding round in May 2016 was reported to be $3.8 m. In total, Medal has raised $3.8 m

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