GetWellNetwork, a precision engagement healthcare company has acquired automated patient engagement startup HealthLoop. The acquisition will help expand GetWellNetwork’s reach into nearly 700 health care providers, placing it at the forefront of the changing healthcare landscape and at the heart of the patient journey. From inpatient to outpatient, to physician practices and urgent care clinics, to patients on the go, GetWellNetwork offers the only cross-continuum platform that performs across every care setting
Joining Forces to Expand Patient Engagement Solutions for Providers, Patients, Families
The acquisition of HealthLoop is designed to catalyze aggressive growth in the ambulatory space and signals plans for more long-term strategic investments in cross-continuum tools to connect patients, families, and providers. GetWell Loop (formerly HealthLoop) will fill the post-discharge follow-up gap and unify the pre- to post-care patient experience by bringing together the key elements of convenience and coordination frequently missing from traditional care delivery.
“Adding HealthLoop to our portfolio advances our strategy to provide the most comprehensive, end-to-end digital patient and family engagement platform,” said Michael O’Neil, founder, and CEO, GetWellNetwork. “The changing nature of the how and where care is delivered requires dynamic solutions to meet modern engagement challenges. With HealthLoop as part of the GetWell portfolio, we’re excited to help healthcare organizations rethink and accelerate their digital strategies.”
Founded in 2009 by Jordan Shlain, M.D, HealthLoop’s 160 dynamic care plans monitor patients and assess risk in real time, helping providers, hospitals and health systems improve patient engagement, satisfaction, and health outcomes, representing over 7.2 million annual patient interactions. Built on data-backed, scalable technology, its feature-rich, cloud-native platform presents significant opportunities for integration and impact. Today over 70 healthcare organizations of all sizes and settings, including Advocate Aurora Health, UCSF Health, and LifeBridge Health, rely on HealthLoop to drive engagement and patient loyalty.
Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.