Applied Pathways, a Schaumburg, IL-based provider of Enterprise Knowledge Management solutions for healthcare, raised $6m in series A funding.
Health Enterprise Partners (HEP), a New York-based equity firm focused on healthcare and information technology, whose investors include many of the largest hospital systems and health plans, made the investment. In conjunction with the funding, Ezra Mehlman, Vice President of Health Enterprise Partners, and Bob Schulz, Managing Partner, joined Applied Pathways’ board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds for continued market expansion.
Led by John Feldman, CEO, Applied Pathways provides cloud-based clinical rules modeling and Enterprise Clinical Knowledge Management platform that facilitate the development and distribution of interoperable, EMR-agnostic clinical decision support and quality management solutions. Its Curion Platform enables clinicians and business users to centrally develop, manage, and curate institutional knowledge and clinical best practices, for integration in third-party systems or Applied Pathways’ suite of applications.
Clients include McKesson, Anthem, Mayo Clinic, Healthwise, Medicalis, and others.