US-based Healthcare startup Patch has rebranded itself to Anagram. The startup provides a paperless/digital automation platform to doctors and patients for Insurance billing and feedback management. The rebranding announcement is driven by the company’s latest $9 million Series A financing. The funding round is led by ManchesterStory, with participation from Synchrony, Waterline Ventures, Rogue Venture Partners, Launchpad Digital Health, KEC Ventures, and Healthy Ventures.
The rebranding and name-change to Anagram are inspired by the company’s goal to completely digitize the healthcare industry, starting with patient care to post-recovery medical facilities. Anagram promises to put “insurance paperwork is in the rearview mirror.”
At the time of this healthcare startup’s rebranding announcement, CEO & Co-founder Jeremy Bluvor said –
“Our new name Anagram was inspired by the notion of rearranging and shaking up the way healthcare is delivered. Our healthcare system has many of the right pieces. We have excellent technologies, smart and passionate professionals, and the innate drive to help others.”
Today, healthcare technology is a booming marketplace. It boasts of being one of the most-responsive marketplaces when it comes to the adoption of emerging technologies for digitized experiences and personalization delivered in real-time. Anagram is among thousands of new-age startups that are disrupting the healthcare industry.
According to Deloitte’s 2020 Global Health Care Outlook, healthcare stakeholders are implementing new technologies to transform their interaction with patients and customers. These are forcing changes through payment reforms such as value-based payment models, Communications, and Support to doctors and admin teams. With coronavirus wreaking havoc across every country, we can expect healthcare startups to further push their efforts to become more relevant and effective in delivering “what’s promised”.
Jeremy concluded, “This is just the beginning. We intend on helping more doctors, more patients, and significantly expanding our footprint. Expect to see new products and services in the coming months and years.”
Most Sought-After Technologies in Healthcare Services for 2o2o-2024
- Cloud computing
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Natural Language Processing (NLP)
- Image Recognition and Computer Vision
- Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
- Telehealth and home-based patient care
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