Agilum Healthcare Intelligence — formerly known as Anthem Healthcare Intelligence prior to rebranding in May — has raised $4.8 million in equity from eight investors, according to a Sept. 20 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Agilum officials were hoping to raise $5.5 million. As of the filing date, $700,000 remained unsold. Roy Mathews, Agilum president, could not be reached immediately for comment late Monday.
Agilum analyzes, to the point of eventual benchmarking, a client’s business information, which includes revenue cycle management, administrative system review (such as general ledger), payroll, health information and time and attendance records. The goal is to help clients — that is, health care providers — make more profitable business decisions and to create operating efficiencies.