Physician practice marketplace lands some funding

Jumpstart company looking to go live in Q4

A fledgling online marketplace for medical practices that is going through the Jumpstart Foundry accelerator has landed a small round of funding that will help it hit the market in earnest later this year.

Healthcare MarketMaker has raised $65,000 through a convertible note from undisclosed investors. Founder Tony Corley said the investment will help him further develop the concept of Healthcare MarketMaker, which was founded last year.

“We are extremely pleased by the amount of capital invested at this point in our development. In fact, we were close to double the subscription of the raise,” Corley said. “More importantly, we continue to gather investor interest from close advisors and physicians who understand how this technology will empower their colleagues in the business of medicine.”

Corley expects to take Healthcare MarketMaker live during the fourth quarter and will beta test his platform at next month's Tennessee Chiropractic Association convention. Earlier this year, he signed a partnership agreement with business brokerage Alliant Capital Advisors.