Verisma Systems, Inc., a Pueblo, Colorado-based health information technology company, received a private equity investment of undisclosed amount.
Backers included Blue Heron Capital NewSpring Capital, Jim Crook, former president of IDX Systems, and Jim Riley, former president of Capario. In conjunction with the funding, Riley, an operating advisor with Blue Heron, will join Verisma’s board.
The company will use the proceeds to expand sales and marketing, technology and management.
Led by Ken Thompson, Chairman, Verisma is a health information technology provider focused on delivering cloud-based Release of Information (ROI) solutions to healthcare organizations across the country to manage the release of patient medical records.
In details, it offers:
– VerismaWorkflow, an advanced workflow engine that automates the manually driven process;
– VerismaQA, which ensures Health Information Management departments decrease error rates and prevent processing issues during the request cycle, while providing real-time error correction and reporting;
Verisma360 Dashboard, which provides transparency for all metrics related to ROI using analytics to drive proactive decision-making, and
– Verisma EMR Integration Module, which eliminates dual data entry via a complete closed loop, bi-directional integration with existing existing EMR systems.