Connect America Acquires Leading Remote Patient Monitoring Provider 100Plus
Connect America LLC, a nationally recognized innovator in digital health and connected care for seniors and vulnerable populations, announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 100Plus, the only remote patient monitoring (RPM) platform that uses artificial intelligence (AI).
The pairing of the two companies joins together Connect America’s Personal Emergency Response Services (PERS) with 100Plus’s robust and proven RPM solutions onto one care management platform. Connect America, a portfolio company of Detroit-based Rockbridge Growth Equity, is adding complementary digital health products and technologies to enable both passive monitoring of patients in the home and better patient engagement outside of the physician’s office.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to add 100Plus to our extensive line of solutions that help aging and vulnerable individuals live safely in their homes,” said Janet Dillione, CEO of Connect America. “As we continue to grow and evolve, this next-generation technology and platform along with the talented 100Plus team, strengthen our connected care DNA and expand on our mission of enriching the aging journey for the senior population.”
The 100Plus solution empowers physicians and qualified providers to manage their patients with chronic conditions remotely, proactively engage them to avoid episodic care, and drive a higher quality of life. In addition, 100Plus offers an end-to-end solution, including patient outreach, device setup, patient engagement and automatic bill generation.
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“100Plus has created AI-powered RPM technology solutions that are seamless for both patient and physicians to use and proven to improve the health outcomes of senior patients and drive better engagement,” said Ryan Howard, CEO of 100Plus. “We are excited that 100Plus’s next evolution will be with Connect America, a company and a team with a long history of creating successful technology programs that enable older Americans to age safely at home.”
The acquisition of 100Plus, the market leader in the RPM space, includes ‘Ava,’ a powerful AI-assisted technology developed by 100Plus that acts as a virtual physician assistant to enable better care coordination and patient engagement, and reduces the burden on physician staff for non-reimbursable administrative work.
“As more aging individuals demonstrate they want to stay at home, technologies such as 100Plus address the critical need for non-intrusive supporting healthcare technology in the home. 100Plus is reviewing data across health measures including blood pressure and A1c levels to evaluate the significance of Ava in improving health metrics,” added Dillione.
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