Shareable Ink raises $3M

Clinical documentation company seeks another $1M
May 12, 2015 11:30 AM

Shareable Ink names new CEO

McGraw steps down, former RevPoint, Availity leader to lead clinical documentation company
Mar 31, 2015 11:53 AM

Availity acquires RevPoint

Jacksonville company adds Nashville patient solution to revenue management suite
Jun 2, 2014 2:40 PM

nTelagent hires regional VP of sales

Former Passport Health official brings 25-plus years experience to position
May 7, 2013 10:38 AM

nTelagent names CEO

Former Data Advantage leader replaces founder Winter
Feb 20, 2013 7:00 AM

IT, health care players launch Healthbox Technologies

Atiba, Peak 10 veteran joins forces with health care entrepreneur
Dec 15, 2011 11:08 AM

Hal Andrews named to Seattle health data start-up

Local health care entrepreneur Hal Andrews has been elected to the board of Medify, a Seattle-based health care data analytics venture formally launched this summer. Medify's team says its technology "mines hundreds of millions of real patient experiences from disparate data sources that are backed by medical professionals. Medify then makes the most personalized and relevant experiences discoverable, trackable, and shareable by patients and their families to help them answer their most important questions." Andrews a few years ago built Data Advantage before selling that venture to Press Ganey.

Oct 24, 2011 1:52 PM

Nashville investment lures Boston firm

$4.5M TNInvestco deal draws health care IT firm to Music City
Nov 3, 2010 10:36 AM

The Martin Cos. part of $2.7M investment

Illinois health care IT firm gets growth support
Oct 22, 2010 9:19 AM

Some comic relief with your VC talk

Hal Andrews is the moat to Charlie Martin’s castle. At least, that’s how The Martin Cos. director described part of his role at the respected health care entrepreneur’s investment company on a health care venture capital panel yesterday. “Charlie likes ideas,” Andrews said. “One of my jobs is to be the moat around the castle and keep people away from the king.” Though drawing laughs from the 200-person crowd, Andrews was referring to the company’s idea vetting process as he described what makes his firm different from some of the others represented on the stage — Council Ventures, TriStar Technology Ventures, and Pfizer Venture Investments. Martin Cos. are most interested in health care ideas — particularly in the hospital space, where industry veteran Martin has much experience through Vanguard Health Systems, Andrews said. And the firm is looking for ideas that can solve an industry problem without altering established work flows. “I do what Charlie tells me to,” Andrews said. “I’m interested in what Charlie’s interested in, and that’s health care.”
Aug 4, 2010 8:05 AM