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Madaket Health

Madaket Health

U.S-based web platform connecting insurance providers and payers.

Madaket Health is a company that develops a platform to connect and manage insurance payers and providers for the purpose of insurance enrollment processes as well as recredentialing. It was founded in 2012 by Jim Dougherty, Mads Kvalsvik, Scott Soderstrom, and Ted Achtem. The company aims to increase the efficiency of insurance administrative data management and business operations through the use of technology. Madaket Health’s headquarters is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Madaket Health’s main service is offered through its cloud, website-based platform. Through this platform, Madaket Health provides two products to healthcare providers: electronic data interchange (EDI) enrollment and payer enrollment. By using these products, healthcare providers can implement a better administrative process to manage patient data, which leads to faster processing times.

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Since 2017, Madaket Health has raised funding through two rounds, with its most recent being a Series B held in July 2018. This funding round accumulated $10 million in capital. Madaket Health has received financing from six investors, some of them including Experian and Salesforce Ventures.

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Andrew McCabe

VP of Product



Balaji Gandhi

Chief Financial Officer



Benedict Dsilva

Founder, VP of Engineering



Jim Dougherty

Founder, Chief Executive Officer



Karl Rabke

Chief Revenue Officer



Mads Kvalsvik

Founder, Chief Technology Officer



Stacey Lancaster

VP of Service Delivery



Ted Achtem

Founder, Chief Innovation Officer



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