GLENWOOD, Md., July 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Healthcare Interactive, Inc. (www.hciactive.com) announced that it has secured $8M in Series A funding led by Grotech Ventures and Harbert Venture Partners.
Healthcare Interactive (HCI) focuses on consuming massive amounts of healthcare data from existing systems in order to present this information, along with analytic measures, in an actionable way. Using patented technology and flexible architecture, the company empowers insurance companies, health systems, and third-party administrators in processing complex benefit designs.
With over $600B in U.S. healthcare spend, Healthcare Interactive’s enterprise healthcare cloud has emerged as a scalable, lower-cost solution solving the integration challenge. Collecting and managing disparate healthcare data sets, HCI seamlessly connects members, physicians, and administrators to the health plan benefit. “Members are making better decisions when all the healthcare information they need is available in a unified and engaging view,” says Henry Cha, CEO of Healthcare Interactive.
In addition to Cha, along with co-founders and original investors Keith Lemer and Harry Kovar, also joining HCI’s Board of Directors are Chuck Cullen of Grotech Ventures and Brian Carney of Harbert Venture Partners.