Health care software company Relatient receives first round of VC

Franklin-based health care software company Relatient announced Tuesday it has received its first round of venture capital funding. The investment was led by Jim Sohr, the former president of AIM Healthcare, and also included an investment from Nashville serial entrepreneur Joe Storey, most recently of WedMedx. The money will enable Relatient to expand its sales force and build out its messaging product lineup. Relatient co-founder and CEO Sam Johnson said in a release the company plans to expand its regional reach into a national footprint.