Publication: mHealth News
Smartphone-based care coordination platforms have gone mainstream in healthcare.
That’s the opinion of Trey Lauderdale, founder and CEO of Voalte, who says his customers are no longer trend-setters and innovators in the mHealth space, but large, established, multi-hospital health systems that are dumping their legacy networks and looking for an all-inclusive platform.
For proof, Lauderdale points to Voalte’s latest investors: EHR giant Cerner and Ascension Ventures, which touts almost 375 hospitals in 46 states as partners. They and longtime partner Bedford Funding have just invested $17 million in the Sarasota, Fla.-based company, bringing Voalte’s total capital raised to nearly $60 million in three years and signaling what he feels is a dramatic shift in the market.