The Texas Medical Center and Cisco-backed healthcare administration platform developer raised series C financing that took its overall funding to $160m.

US-based patient communication software developer Luma Health, which counts healthcare provider Texas Medical Center and networking technology provider Cisco among its investors, received $130m in series C funding yesterday. The round was led by growth equity firm FTV Capital and included unnamed existing investors. It increased the company’s overall funding to $160m. Luma offers a…

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