As a result, answers to more than 80,000 health questions from Sharecare are now integrated into Amazon's voice service.
The application allows users to quickly find out what's possibly causing their health symptoms so they could have better doctor's visits.
The two companies will allow users to safely manage their health data, enable doctors to privately communicate with patients, and offer telehealth services.
The funds will help the company's expansion plans, including the development and delivery of mobile products and services to help people optimize their health.
The acquisition will help Sharecare accelerate engagement of ultra-personalized and frictionless solutions that enable people to optimize their health.
The two companies will be working on new patient engagement solutions, and are exploring opportunities to create a joint innovation lab.
The acquisition has the potential to more than triple Sharecare's reach into the markets supported by its pharmaceutical and health system partners.
The service guides users through a questionnaire that takes into account a number of factors, and matching the answers against the latest clinical research.