The American Medical Association is investing $27.2 million in Health2047 in a bid to bolster productivity, value-based care and chronic disease reduction efforts.
Health2047 is a Silicon Valley-based “innovation enterprise,” according to its website.
“Our mission is to catalyze fundamental transformation in U.S. healthcare,” Health2047 says on its website. ” … Together with the American Medical Association, Health2047 Inc. is creating an ecosystem of best-in-class partners who work together to tackle our largest healthcare challenges.”
According to a Healthcare IT Analytics report, AMA’s investment seeks to boost the company’s tech development capabilities.
“Improving the health of the nation is at the core of the AMA’s work and the innovation that Health2047 is leading can address some of the greatest challenges in healthcare today,” AMA CEO and Health2047 Board Chair James Madara said.
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