Wisconsin foundation invests in company founded by former Epic employee

BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation invested $250,000 in Moxe Health, a Madison, Wis.-based software company founded by former Epic employee Dan Wilson, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Milwaukee, Wis.-based BrightStar seeks to make venture capital investments in Wisconsin organizations that create jobs. Since its founding in 2013, BrightStar has invested more than 30 companies. Moxe Health works with companies to improve their data integration processes.

"Moxe has designed the 'pipes that clinical and demographic information travels through that allow for more efficient data transfer between providers and payers. The company's product is being used around the country, bringing a newfound efficiency to our healthcare system," said Todd Sobotka, BrightStar's portfolio manager.

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