Enterprise analytics company Clarify Health has secured $115 million in series C funding to scale its self-service healthcare analytics cloud and business software.
Venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners led the investment. Hilary Gosher, managing director at Insight Partners, says her firm decided to invest in Clarify because the software platform enables interoperability for data in the healthcare industry.
Clarify Health combines longitudinal data for more than 300 million “unique patient lives” from government and commercial claims, electronic health records (EHRs) and prescriptions, according to the company. These data can help healthcare professionals manage population health and commercialize pharmaceutical and biotechnology products.
Source: Fierce Healthcare
By Brian T. Horowitz
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