Mike McSherry

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH

Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic join latest funding round for startup Xealth | FierceHealthcare | 6/21/2019

… additional $3 million in a series A financing round and has attracted new investment from major health systems Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and the MemorialCare Innovation Fund. The health systems join existing investors McKesson Ventures … date, Xealth has secured $22.5 million in funding. Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said the funding will be used to further develop the platform. RELATED: CVS launching platform to allow PBM clients to manage supplemental benefit …

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Providence spinout Xealth ends $14M Series A funding round | The Business Journals | 6/20/2019

Cleveland Clinic and health care investment fund MemorialCare Innovation Fund joined Xealth’s eight other investors. Xealth aims to set the bar for how doctors and clinicians interact with patients, CEO Mike McSherry said. “We digitally facilitate care in a way that’s not been provided thus far,” McSherry said. “We hope to be the benchmark of effectiveness.” Already, the company works with seven of the top 10 hospitals in the United …

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/20/2019

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A Andrea Park - Print Email Seattle-based digital health startup Xealth announced the close of its $14 million Series A financing round on June 20 … including providers, payers, pharma, devices and supply chain,” Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said in a statement. “This gives Xealth insight and perspective that advances digital health strategies in a way that optimizes outcomes and assists …

Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare - MedCity News | 6/20/2019

Health IT , Hospitals , Startups Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare The Seattle-based company, which spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health, has a platform that allows clinicians to … Xealth spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health. Its CEO, Mike McSherry, comes from a technology background. He co-founded Swype, a mobile keyboard app that was eventually sold to Nuance. Through Xealth’s digital platform …

Cleveland Clinic, Atrium Health MemorialCare add $3M to Xealth’s Series A | MobiHealthNews | 6/20/2019

Search Cleveland Clinic, Atrium Health MemorialCare add $3M to Xealth’s Series A All three health systems will also start using the digital health app and device prescription platform. June 20, 2019 Share Providence St. Joseph … of healthcare, including providers, payors, pharma, devices and supply chain,” Mike McSherry, CEO of Xealth, said in a statement. “This gives Xealth insight and perspective that advances digital health strategies in a way that optimizes …

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Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic join latest funding round for startup Xealth | FierceHealthcare | 6/21/2019

… additional $3 million in a series A financing round and has attracted new investment from major health systems Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and the MemorialCare Innovation Fund. The health systems join existing investors McKesson Ventures … date, Xealth has secured $22.5 million in funding. Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said the funding will be used to further develop the platform. RELATED: CVS launching platform to allow PBM clients to manage supplemental benefit …

Providence spinout Xealth ends $14M Series A funding round | The Business Journals | 6/20/2019

Cleveland Clinic and health care investment fund MemorialCare Innovation Fund joined Xealth’s eight other investors. Xealth aims to set the bar for how doctors and clinicians interact with patients, CEO Mike McSherry said. “We digitally facilitate care in a way that’s not been provided thus far,” McSherry said. “We hope to be the benchmark of effectiveness.” Already, the company works with seven of the top 10 hospitals in the United …

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/20/2019

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A Andrea Park - Print Email Seattle-based digital health startup Xealth announced the close of its $14 million Series A financing round on June 20 … including providers, payers, pharma, devices and supply chain,” Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said in a statement. “This gives Xealth insight and perspective that advances digital health strategies in a way that optimizes outcomes and assists …

Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare - MedCity News | 6/20/2019

Health IT , Hospitals , Startups Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare The Seattle-based company, which spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health, has a platform that allows clinicians to … Xealth spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health. Its CEO, Mike McSherry, comes from a technology background. He co-founded Swype, a mobile keyboard app that was eventually sold to Nuance. Through Xealth’s digital platform …

Cleveland Clinic, Atrium Health MemorialCare add $3M to Xealth’s Series A | MobiHealthNews | 6/20/2019

Search Cleveland Clinic, Atrium Health MemorialCare add $3M to Xealth’s Series A All three health systems will also start using the digital health app and device prescription platform. June 20, 2019 Share Providence St. Joseph … of healthcare, including providers, payors, pharma, devices and supply chain,” Mike McSherry, CEO of Xealth, said in a statement. “This gives Xealth insight and perspective that advances digital health strategies in a way that optimizes …

Xealth

After $14M Series A funding round, Providence spinoff Xealth plans to grow | The Business Journals | 7/5/2019

Staff Writer, Puget Sound Business Journal Jul 5, 2019, 1:04pm PDT Xealth CEO Mike McSherry eyes growth after closing a $14 million Series A funding round last month. He plans to increase his workforce by 50 percent by hiring nearly 20 employees by the end of the year. Xealth has integrated 35 vendors, including Amazon, Walmart and Lyft, into its digital platform and will grow that to 50 by the …

Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic join latest funding round for startup Xealth | FierceHealthcare | 6/21/2019

by Heather Landi Jun 21, 2019 10:22am Xealth is a growing player in the “digital supply chain” that makes it possible for healthcare providers to prescribe and monitor digital therapies. (Rostislav_Sedlacek) Digital health startup … date, Xealth has secured $22.5 million in funding. Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said the funding will be used to further develop the platform. RELATED: CVS launching platform to allow PBM clients to manage supplemental benefit …

Providence spinout Xealth ends $14M Series A funding round | The Business Journals | 6/20/2019

Staff Writer, Puget Sound Business Journal Jun 20, 2019, 12:01am PDT Seattle-based startup Xealth capped its Series A funding round Thursday at $14 million. Since announcing in March that it had brought in $11 … bar for how doctors and clinicians interact with patients, CEO Mike McSherry said. “We digitally facilitate care in a way that’s not been provided thus far,” McSherry said. “We hope to be the benchmark of …

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/20/2019

Atrium, Cleveland Clinic, MemorialCare join digital health startup Xealth’s Series A Andrea Park - Print Email Seattle-based digital health startup Xealth announced the close of its $14 million Series A financing round on June 20 … including providers, payers, pharma, devices and supply chain,” Xealth CEO Mike McSherry said in a statement. “This gives Xealth insight and perspective that advances digital health strategies in a way that optimizes outcomes and assists …

Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare - MedCity News | 6/20/2019

Health IT , Hospitals , Startups Seattle startup Xealth secures $3M from Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic and MemorialCare The Seattle-based company, which spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health, has a platform that allows clinicians to … Xealth spun out of Providence St. Joseph Health. Its CEO, Mike McSherry, comes from a technology background. He co-founded Swype, a mobile keyboard app that was eventually sold to Nuance. Through Xealth’s digital platform …