Screen shot 2017 02 09 at 4.14.54 PMInbox Health a Connecticut start up says they can help  health care providers, from very small practices to large health care systems better control their patient billing, insurance management  and the patient office experience. Inbox provide a HIPPA compliant software system and online portal that can be utilized even at very low costs. The company provide a three users model for as little as $79 per month and even has a pay as you go model for smaller practices.

Currently located in Bridgeport, the company is getting ready to move to New Haven in early Spring.  Inbox has raised $2.5 million of capital including a recent seed round of $1.5 million. The new investment was led by Connecticut Innovations [CII] which had invested in a still earlier seed stage and a diverse group of seed investors.

Investors in the new round include Launch Capital of New Haven, I2BF Global Ventures and Enhanced Capital both based in New York City, Mohawk Ventures of West Hartford, David Sturek. Sturek and Margaret Ricciardi also participated. Sturek is a partner at Dallas based Giganteous PE a mid market financing company and will join the board as will Matthew Storeygard, of CII.

Mohawk is itself a relatively new venture started by Dan Quigley a Columbia grad and former Director of Marketing, at Otis Elevator.

Founded in 2014 Inbox is led by Chief Executive Officer Spencer Ewald and Chief Product Officer Blake Walker a cofounder. The company says it currently has more than over 200 medical practices using its platforms and is processing millions of dollars in transactions each month.