4 October 2023

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The Investment Arm of MemorialCare Participates in Series A Financing Round for Amenities Health

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The Investment Arm of MemorialCare Participates in Series A Financing Round for Amenities Health

The investment arm of MemorialCare, based in Fountain Valley, California, has joined a series A financing round for Amenities Health, a digital front door for healthcare companies. The round raised $6.25 million, bringing the total capital raised Amenities Health to $10 million. The company plans to use the funding to expand its partnerships with health systems.

Amenities Health’s digital front door platform is designed to provide new patients with instant registration for a new electronic health record (EHR) account. The platform aims to offer a modern and seamless engagement strategy for patients, allowing them to easily register, book appointments online, and receive same-day services.

According to Aasim Saeed, MD, the Founder and CEO of Amenities Health, health systems need to enhance their digital tools to keep patients satisfied, healthy, and loyal. He believes that as tech companies, retailers, and urgent care clinics increasingly offer patients convenience, health systems must provide an Uber or Amazon-like experience to compete. This means offering a quick and easy registration process, online appointment booking, and same-day services.

Amenities Health’s successful financing round highlights the growing importance of digital tools in healthcare. By partnering with health systems, the company aims to improve patient engagement and satisfaction. The digital front door platform offers a solution for seamless integration and modernization of healthcare services.

Sources: Amenities Health news release

– Digital front door: A platform or service that provides a streamlined and convenient entrance for patients to access healthcare services digitally.
– Electronic Health Record (EHR): A digital version of a patient’s medical history, which includes information such as diagnoses, treatments, medications, and test results. It allows for easy sharing and access of patient information among healthcare providers.
– Patient engagement: The involvement and active participation of patients in their own healthcare, including interactions with healthcare providers, adherence to treatment plans, and informed decision-making. Engaged patients are more likely to have positive health outcomes and experiences.
– Same-day services: Healthcare services that can be provided on the same day as requested or scheduled, without the need for lengthy waiting times or multiple appointments. This can include urgent care, lab tests, imaging, and other non-emergency services.