Francisco Partners has injected $30m into Kyruus, five months after the patient-matching platform developer received $42m in a series D round featuring Salesforce and Providence St Joseph.

Kyruus, a US-based healthcare scheduling platform developer backed by corporates Providence St Joseph, Mercy Health, McKesson and Salesforce, picked up $30m in funding from private equity firm Francisco Partners on Wednesday. Founded in 2010, Kyruus has developed software that enables health systems to match patients with appropriate providers and to schedule appointments. The funding has…

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