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McKesson to Acquire MedVentive, a Leader in Population and Risk Management Solutions

Atlanta, GA (September 24, 2012) – Today McKesson announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MedVentive, a leading provider of population and risk management tools that drive transparency in healthcare cost and quality. MedVentive’s solutions will augment McKesson’s capabilities and experience to support providers as they become clinically integrated, engage physicians and patients to reduce costs, and transition to risk-bearing models such as accountable care. These areas are core to Better Health 2020™, McKesson Technology Solutions’ strategy to support customers’ use of information technology for better business, better care and better connectivity. Continue reading

MedVentive Closes $12 Million in New Funding

Waltham, MA (October 26, 2011) – MedVentive announced today the completion of a $12 million Series D investment, led by two new provider-based investors. National Healthcare Services (NHS) and CHV II, LP, both focused on transformative technology for the healthcare market, were joined by MedVentive’s existing investors, which include Clarian Health Ventures, Core Capital Partners, Excel Venture Management, HLM Venture Partners and Long River Ventures. Including Clarian Health Ventures, MedVentive now has the backing of three of the nation’s most prestigious hospital investors. Continue reading

MedVentive Completes Oversubscribed Series C Funding Totaling $10 Million

WALTHAM, MA (APRIL 09, 2010) – WALTHAM, MA – April 9, 2010 – MedVentive announced today the completion of its oversubscribed Series C fundraising.  The $10 million in capital is targeted to fuel the company’s next phase of product innovation, which will expand the ability of its technology to reduce costs to purchasers while improving the quality of care to patients.  In particular, MedVentive is uniquely capable of supporting health plans and providers in their move to the healthcare industry’s newest value‐based purchasing models – such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACO), global payments, and clinically integrated networks. Continue reading