Synthpop Raises $5.6M in Seed Funding


Synthpop, a New York City-based startup providing an AI-driven platform for healthcare workflows, has raised $5.6 million in seed funding.

Key Details

  • Funding Round: Led by Peterson Ventures with participation from defy.vc, Zelda Ventures, Think+ Ventures, and OVO Fund.
  • Purpose: The funds will be used to hire additional engineering team members, enhancing the company’s capability to provide agile software development and frequent updates as they expand into various healthcare sectors.


  • Elad Ferber: Co-Founder
  • Jan Jannink: Co-Founder

Company Overview

  • Technology: Synthpop leverages multimodal large language models (LLMs) to optimize and streamline healthcare workflows.
  • AI Agents: The platform’s AI agents perform complex administrative tasks such as:
  • Referral Sorting and Processing: Efficiently handling and categorizing patient referrals.
  • Order Validation: Instantly validating medical orders and prescriptions by referencing payor and clinical guidelines.


Synthpop offers comprehensive solutions with four key products designed to streamline workflows for healthcare providers, suppliers, and software services:

  1. Fax Wrangler: Manages and processes faxes.
  2. Field Extractor: Extracts and processes data fields from documents.
  3. Order Validation: Validates medical orders against payor and clinical guidelines.
  4. AI Caller: Currently in beta, this tool automates calls to manage administrative tasks.

What we think

Synthpop aims to revolutionize healthcare administrative processes with its AI-driven platform. With the recent seed funding, the company is well-positioned to enhance its technology and expand its offerings across the healthcare industry. The addition of new engineering talent will support agile development and ensure the platform meets the evolving needs of healthcare providers and suppliers.

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