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Valant LogoValant Medical Solutions, a software developer for behavioral healthcare practices, has raised $3 million, according to a recent SEC filing.

The company raised $11 million last summer to further develop its product line, which includes various cloud-based solutions to handle medical records, prescriptions and billing.

A Valant spokesperson declined to comment on what the money will be used for or who invested it.

Brothers David and Ben Lischner founded Valant in 2005. David is a psychiatrist who previously ran Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle, while Ben is a former software developer at AT&T Wireless.

“We think that there will be win-win-wins for patients, service providers and Valant as our solution is used more and more to support business and organizational growth through better patient outcomes and better collaboration with referral sources and other partners,” David Lischner said at the time of the $11 million funding round.

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