A leading provider of data and analytics technology and services to a healthcare organization, Health Catalyst, Inc., announced that they have agreed to acquire a patient engagement SaaS technology solution, Twistle, Inc. In this definitive agreement, the acquisition will improve health catalysts population health offering and provide global support for organizations transitioning population health care models.
Dan Burton, CEO of Health Catalyst, commented that wistle is a leading healthcare technology company committed to developing software that healthcare organizations and Life Science companies need to keep patients engaged in their healthcare. Their efforts to improve patient outcomes and reduce the cost of care are deeply aligned with Health Catalyst’s mission to be the catalyst for massive, measurable, data-informed improvements. He said that they are very excited to welcome the Twistle team to Health Catalyst and look forward to working together to enable healthcare organizations to achieve the promise of population health.
Twistle is based in New Mexico that automates patient-centered, HIPAA-compliant communication between care teams and patients to transform the patient experience, deliver better care outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs.
Kulmeet Singh, founder and CEO of Twistle.”The synergy between our cultures, values, and solutions will have a tremendous impact on the health and wellness of patients. Health Catalyst’s patient insights can trigger personalized outreach, and the patient’s unique profile will allow Twistle’s communication pathways to adapt to their preferences and attributes in unprecedented ways.”
He added, “We are excited about the prospects of our joint solutions proactively engaging at-risk populations, advancing health equity, and improving patient activation in their care, We anticipate that care teams will realize even more efficiency gains as our automated outreach will be more intelligent and individualized, freeing their time to focus on patients that require intervention to stay on track with their medical plan of care.”