Wealth Access raises $1.5M, looks for more

Investment management dashboard adds local big names to board
Feb 12, 2014 6:22 AM

ReviveHealth announces partnership with athenahealth

Massachusetts software company chooses local firm for strategic communications
Feb 11, 2014 7:02 AM

Health care software company Relatient receives first round of VC

Franklin-based health care software company Relatient announced Tuesday it has received its first round of venture capital funding. The investment was led by Jim Sohr, the former president of AIM Healthcare, and also included an investment from Nashville serial entrepreneur Joe Storey, most recently of WedMedx. The money will enable Relatient to expand its sales force and build out its messaging product lineup. Relatient co-founder and CEO Sam Johnson said in a release the company plans to expand its regional reach into a national footprint.

Jan 22, 2014 9:52 AM

Comdata buys Texas software venture

Companies collaborated on unattended station software launched last year
Jan 6, 2014 10:46 AM

Lincor lands more funding

Bank commits to $3M line of credit to help launch SaaS line
Dec 17, 2013 2:08 PM

Local firm invests in parking software venture

Local investment firm Relevance Capital has teamed with Grotech Ventures out Virginia to put $6 million into PassportParking, which markets software for parking companies and consumers who can use their mobile phones to pay. PassportParking, which is based in Charlotte, was founded in 2010 and fits right into Relevance's cloud-based software sweet spot.

Dec 17, 2013 11:37 AM

HealthTech rebrands as Medhost

Herrod named president of Franklin-based company
Dec 16, 2013 10:57 AM

Lincor launches product portfolio

Nashville-based medical technology solutions provider Lincor Solutions Inc. has launched a portfolio of products for delivering its patient engagement technology to hospitals and health systems.

Powered by technology that provides access to clinical, administrative and entertainment systems within a single platform, Lincor’s LINC product portfolio offers solutions for increasing patient satisfaction scores, improving clinical outcomes, reducing unnecessary readmissions and facilitating electronic health record (EHR) adoption, the company said in a release.

The introduction of LINC, which replaces MEDIVista, follows the company’s June hiring of two key officials (read more here) and its March announcement it had moved its headquarters to Nashville (read more here).

New links between hospitals’ Medicare reimbursement and their performance on patient satisfaction surveys, readmission rates and the Meaningful Use of EHRs have made patient engagement a financial imperative, according to Lincor CEO Richard Cooke (pictured). In the first year of the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, for example, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services charged 2,213 hospitals about $280 million for excess readmissions.

“Lincor is dedicated to empowering patients by giving them the tools and technology to become engaged in and informed about their care. Given the new reimbursement environment, we understand there’s a lot at stake for hospitals,” Cooke said in the release. “Our new products provide a range of user-friendly solutions that can be adopted individually, or combined, to meet hospitals’ unique goals around HCAHPS scores, readmission reduction, and technology adoption.”

Dec 10, 2013 11:32 AM

‘We want to create a product that is a household name’

Quore Systems' Scott Schaedle talks company growth, hotel industry
Nov 10, 2013 1:20 PM

Medalogix hooks up with IBM

Predictive modeling software for post-acute care also posts nice numbers with Alabama client
Nov 8, 2013 6:47 AM