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Courier Health raises $16.5M for life sciences CRM platform

Courier Health, a health tech company for life sciences manufacturers, announced it scored $16.5 million in Series A funding. 

Norwest Venture Partners led the round with participation from existing investor Work-Bench. 


The New York-based company offers biopharma commercial teams with a customer relationship management (CRM) system to understand the complete patient journey, analyze data, manage workflows and allow for coordination across internal and external teams. 

It will use the funds to expand its engineering and sales teams and enhance its product. 

“Specialty therapies are changing the commercial playing field for biopharma organizations, creating strong demand for a CRM solution built specifically for the industry,” Irem Rami, principal at Norwest Venture Partners, said in a statement. 

“Courier Health’s CRM platform provides the long overdue technology that enables biopharma teams to deliver personalized patient engagement and support at scale. We look forward to supporting the Courier Health team in realizing their mission to redefine the biopharma patient experience.”


Other companies in the healthcare space offering CRM solutions include Salesforce, which provides software for patient relationship management and to streamline care coordination.

Oracle provides health analytics and CRM offerings that support patient engagement and clinical research. 


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