The strategic funding was led by a subsidiary of Independence Health Group, the parent company of Independence Blue Cross and McKesson Ventures.
By integrating with Fitbit and Apple HealthKit, more than 430,000 MyChart users will be able to submit data from personal fitness devices.
The company's offering includes a patient-focused revenue cycle offering Medfusion Pay, and consumer mobile app Medfusion Plus, among other things.
The collaboration will bring education, gamification and rewards into the patient EHR experience to motivate them toward increased medication adherence.
The company's solution enables healthcare providers to analyze the data they collect, execute marketing campaigns, and improve patient engagement.
The company will use the funds to enhance its analytics and behavioral models in order to help its clients improve outcomes.
The platform enables health plans to personalizes prevention for their members; the first company to try it out is Premera Blue Cross.
The app is designed to engage users to take a more active role in their care, and can improve patient satisfaction, outcomes and health service efficiency.
HealthLoop will help the health system establish automated communications with patients, starting with surgeons in the Orthopedic Surgery Department.
The company's offering combines expertise, managed services, technology and infrastructure to enable providers to deliver best patient care.
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