– UnitedHealth Group’s Optum division has acquired remote patient monitoring company Vivify Health.
– Vivify Health delivers a cloud-based, device-agnostic, and ecosystem-connected remote care management platform.
– Terms of the deal were not disclosed and both companies decline to comment on the acquisition.
UnitedHealthGroup’s Optum division has acquired Vivify Health, a Plano, TX-based remote patient monitoring platform, CNBC first reports. Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is an increasingly valuable tool for clinicians and health plans seeking to manage a wide range of high- and moderate-risk patient populations.
Replacing Episodic Approaches With Remote Patient Monitoring
Founded in 2009, Vivify Health is transforming healthcare by replacing episodic approaches with the market’s most complete, patient-centered, and holistic connected care platform. Vivify Health delivers a cloud-based, device-agnostic, and ecosystem-connected remote care management platform. The company’s mobile, cloud-based platform powers holistic remote care management through personalized care plans, biometric data monitoring, multi-channel patient education and functionality configured to each patient’s unique needs.
Vivify Health serves the nation’s largest and most progressive health systems, healthcare organizations and employers—empowering clinicians to proactively manage the complexities of remote care and catalyzing employee health and productivity with a single-platform solution for all device and digital health data. The comprehensive, content-rich platform and turnkey workflow services enable providers to intuitively scale and maximize value across populations. Following years of research, proven outcomes, and scalability vetting by global partners, IRB-study results confirm readmission reductions by over 65% plus patient compliance and satisfaction levels exceeding 95%.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The company has raised $23.4M in funding to date, according to Crunchbase.