Zus Health, a Watertown MA-based provider of a shared development platform backed by a shared health data record, raised $34M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), with participation from F-Prime Capital, Maverick Ventures, Rock Health, Martin Ventures and Oxeon Investments.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth, expand operations and its business reach.
Founded by Jonathan Bush, Zus Health is a company focused on creating a shared development platform backed by a shared data record. The company plans to offer tools/capabilities across the tech stack in areas including:
- Healthcare Workflows: a library of software tools and services for patient relationship management and provider workflow apps, allowing digital health companies to build their own unique experiences and iterate with ease.
- Data Acquisition and Enrichment: a data aggregation service for pulling together, cleaning and logically joining medical records, claims and other data whose sharing are required.
- Data Platform, paired with the ability for builders to store their own proprietary data in a way that is secure and logically joined to the patient record.
- Patient Identity and Control, a unified record giving patients power over their health data, by enabling authority of personal information across disparate sources of their healthcare journey.
The company launches with four builders on its platform including Cityblock Health, Dorsata, Firefly Health and Oak Street Health.