Funding will enable the launch of the company’s service.
AUSTIN, Texas – November 18, 2013
— eRelevance Corporation (www.erelevancecorp.com
), an innovative Health IT services company, announced today that it closed a round of seed funding.
“We’re very pleased to announce this funding,” stated Bob Fabbio, co-founder and CEO of eRelevance Corporation. “Our investors share our vision for building a patient engagement service that fosters active two-way conversations with patients instead that addresses the problem with the mostly ineffective passive systems employed today. Active patient engagement helps providers improve patient outcomes and helps patients have a better healthcare experience with easier access to care.”
At eRelevance, patient engagement is not about blasting patients with text messages, emails, or phone calls – it is about facilitating a two-way conversation between the patient and provider based on what is learned about their health, health behaviors, life, and personal interests that puts no burden on the provider or their staff. The eRelevance service was designed by doctors for doctors to support simulated personalized conversations, additive to the in-person care provided, to gather information, educate, and discover candidates for new or follow-up care.
About eRelevance Corporation
eRelevance Corporation offers a Progressive Patient Engagement Service that gives healthcare providers an automated ability to build better relationships with their existing and prospective patients outside the point-of-care that puts no burden on the providers or their staff. The service leverages industry leading technology to improve patient relationships, increase revenue, and reduce staff workload. The company, located in Austin, Texas was founded in 2013 by Robert Fabbio, Lance Obermeyer, and Timothy Smith.