Six-year-old Health Catalyst has not only landed $41 million in a third round of funding, but also has lured two of the big-name health systems in the country to implement its data warehousing and analytics technology.
The company announced the new funding and the big-get customers at the end of January. The total venture investment totals nearly $100 million.
The new clients are on the West Coast and the East Coast – Kaiser Permanente and Partners HealthCare. At Kaiser the technology rollout will be across the system, all 38 hospitals. The implementation at Partners, among the most prestigious health systems in the country, will also be across the enterprise.
The investment comes from existing investors Sequoia Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Sorenson Capital, CHV Capital… View Full Article Here