Nightingale, a San Francisco-based start-up vendor of an electronic health records system for treatment of autism with embedded analytics, clinical decision support and reimbursement modules, ended its beta phase on March 23 and now offers the product under general availability.

Two young entrepreneurs, CEO Delian Asparouhov and CTO Eric Bakan, both dropouts from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, raised $660,000 in seed funding and lead the company of five employees with 10 clients.

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