Medical documentation startup ​iScribes has sold $410,000 in shares in a private stock offering, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

Its the lastest fund-raiser for the company, which launched in 2014. iScribes describes itself as a “virtual scribing service” for physicians,

The company filed the Form D on Feb. 21 and did not disclose what is intended to do with the proceeds.

iScribes offers doctors a mobile app compatible with wearable technology to record patient visits. This enables access to medical documentation offsite through a secure portal.

Other benefits to the product include improved clinic flow, ability to see more patients, better patient connection and less time spent in the emergency room, iScribe says.

In October of last year, iScribes raised more than $700,000 in another offering.

Back in December 2015, the startup raised $325,000 with a target of $500,000. According to the SEC filing, the funding is debt.

iScribe raised $360,000 in equity in December 2014.

The company touts its offering this way:

“Our HIPAA compliant technology solution seamlessly integrates a remote scribe into the physician’s workflow.

“A physician with iScribes technology treats a patient, and the encounter is streamed to a secure server.

“A highly trained medical scribe accesses the encounter and completes the documentation directly in the provider’s electronic medical record.

“The physician reviews and approves the documentation at his convenience.”

Jared Pelo, co-founder and chief executive officer at iScribes, is an emergency medicine physician with Centra Health and is a founding venture partner at NextGen Venture Partners in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Pelo received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his MD from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He was also the emergency medicine resident and chief resident in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.