mPulse Mobile Announces Closing of Series C Funding of more than $16 Million, Led by Optum Ventures
New investment will support mPulse Mobile’s engagement and outcomes strategy through Conversational Artificial Intelligence
mPulse Mobile, a leader in Conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI) solutions for the healthcare industry, announced more than $16 million in funding. The round was led by Optum Ventures and includes existing investors HLM Venture Partners, OCA Ventures, SJF Ventures, Echo Health Ventures and Rincon Ventures.
Powering more than 300 million personalized, automated consumer healthcare conversations annually, mPulse Mobile’s solutions help consumers and healthcare organizations achieve better health outcomes by increasing engagement and improving communication through meaningful, tailored conversations. mPulse combines behavioral science, artificial intelligence and an enterprise-grade platform to assist healthcare organizations guide consumers to adopt healthy behaviors.
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mPulse Mobile has more than a decade of healthcare consumer engagement experience, serving more than 100 healthcare organizations. The Series C investment will help mPulse Mobile further enhance solutions that deliver positive consumer experiences on behalf of its customers.
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“We are excited to have the support of Optum Ventures and all of our current investors as we execute on our strategic roadmap to improve health outcomes for consumers and our customers through improved communications,” said Chris Nicholson, CEO of mPulse Mobile. “This new investment recognizes that scale and solution performance are key factors in successfully engaging consumers in their healthcare, and we will use it to expand our consumer conversational AI capabilities, enhance our client engagement analytics platform and expand our engagement solutions across healthcare verticals.”
“mPulse Mobile enables valuable connections between healthcare organizations and consumers, while addressing a significant market need for better experiences,” said Laura Veroneau, Partner, Optum Ventures. “We believe mPulse’s innovative approach to consumer engagement can play a key role in improving health outcomes and lowering the total cost of care.”