News and deals roundup: SCP Health-SOC Telemed, Epion Health-MSU, Sensyne Health’s new data agreements, Geisinger’s RPM app

SCP adds more SOC. SCP Health, a clinical management company that provides both staff and services to hospitals, and SOC Telemed, an acute, post-acute, and specialty care telemedicine provider, are increasing their engagement. SCP presently provides specialty care staff for SOC’s Telemed IQ platform for acute care. SCP will be increasing engagement with the platform to expand into a hybrid clinical approach between onsite and virtual care for hospital medicine, emergency medicine, and critical care programs. SOC Telemed was an early SPAC less than a year ago in August 2020 and last month shelled out $196 million for competitor Access Physicians. SOC release

NJ-based Epion Health, which has a digital check in and patient messaging platform that includes telehealth, announced an agreement with MSU Health Care, the academic health center of Michigan State University. MSUHC’s 600 providers will use Epion’s platform for provider search, patient registration, check-in, patient education, and payment for services. Epion’s client base is primarily regional provider groups. Epion release.

Sensyne Health of Oxford inked two deals in the past week for expanding its already extensive medical dataset of anonymized and de-identified patient data, adding patient data from the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine (CCPM) and St. Luke’s University Health Network (Pennsylvania and New Jersey). The strategic research agreements add their data records to Sensyne’s dataset, now at 18.2 million records. Sensyne mines the data primarily for use by life science clients. When Sensyne commercializes these discoveries, they will share proceeds with CCPM and St. Luke’s respectively. Sensyne releases for CCPM and St. Luke’s.

Geisinger Health launches ConnectedCare365 app + RPM for chronic condition patient management.  The app, developed by Noteworth, monitors and analyzes multiple vital signs provided by patients directly or through devices, combining them with information from Geisinger’s EHR to send information and notifications directly to the care team. The app also connects families and caregivers with the care team via messaging. Noteworth release.

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