Digital Healthcare Systems Raises $1.1M

Xconomy San Diego — 

Digital Healthcare Systems, a San Diego startup that was founded in 2009 as My Aftercare, has raised $1.1 million of a planned $2.4 million from undisclosed investors, according to a regulatory filing done earlier this week. CEO Steven Severin might want to reconsider that name change, though, as it’s easy to confuse the San Diego startup with Digital Healthcare, an 11-year-old health IT company based in Cambridge, England, that provides ophthalmologic image management and storage solutions. Severin did not respond to my call yesterday, but an employee at Digital Healthcare’s U.S. office in Wake Forest, NC, says the two companies are not related.