SAN DIEGO — PatientSafe Solutions has raised $13.3 million in equity financing from private investors, according to a filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company is seeking a maximum of $25.7 million, the filing stated, leaving about $12.4 million more that can be raised.
Privately held PatientSafe develops health care software and hardware that runs on consumer mobile devices, to improve patient care in hospital settings. Its PatientTouch handheld device combines an Apple iPod Touch with the company’s own Electronic Mobile Medical Appliance hardware and software.
Formerly known as IntelliDot, the company had sold wireless barcode devices to hospitals. PatientSafe changed to its current name in 2009.
In June, the company reported raising $5.46 million in debt and equity in another SEC filing.
PatientSafe reported raising $30 million in February 2010.
The company has raised more than $83 million from investors, including venture funds.