Medical Communications Company, Allm, Raises $50m in Series A Funding

Mobile medical communications company, Allm, successfully completed a $50m financing round with investors such as Philips and Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
This funding will support the company’s growth in the patient-centered care continuum field, including further innovations, integrations and customer-base expansion in emergency, acute care and post-acute care. Currently, users can securely exchange medical information in group chats, see imaging studies with a built-in DICOM viewer, conduct tele-consult calls, track patient’s location in real-time, create protocol timestamps, and seamlessly connect with disparate AI solutions for clinical decision support at point of care.
In North America, Allm is helping with emergency, acute care and post-acute care with their flagship solution, Join, and other solutions, which are securely cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant and FDA-approved. In addition to enabling better care coordination and clinical collaboration, their solutions also seamlessly collect data and support research and quality improvement initiatives. Hospital teams and EMS teams use these solutions to improve patient outcomes and safety, reduce clinician burden, bring in new revenue streams, reduce systemic costs, and increase the efficiency of their health systems.
They build virtual system of care networks that go beyond any boundaries of a health system or EMR system for the benefit of overall community care considering their regional unique needs.
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Source: Allm North America