Apervita Raises $22 Million for Health Services Platform

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Apervita, based in Chicago, Illinois, announced it raised new funding to empower health services providers with its platform,

The startup announced it has raised $22 million in a venture funding from Optium Ventures, which lead the funding in this round. Supporting investors in this round include Baird Capital, Wintrust Financial, Illinois Ventures, Levy Family Partners, Pritzker Group Venture Capital, and Math Venture Partners.

The startup is a secure self-service platform enabling health professionals to connect health datasets, author evidence-based algorithms and measures, and share and publish insights to a marketplace of a community of health analytics. The service is accessible to all health professionals, but powerful enough for an entire health enterprise.

This is Apervita’s second funding round, garnering a combined $40 million in funding.

Apervita also announced that it has acquired Qcentive, which provides contract and alternative payment administration solutions for healthcare organizations. The combined company will take Apervita’s name and be based in both Chicago and Ocentive’s hometown, Boston.


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