Memora Health, a virtual care delivery and management platform, announced its partnership with perinatal and prenatal health AI company, PeriGen, to provide coordinated women’s healthcare from childbirth to postpartum.
Founded in 2000, PeriGen makes software products focused on childbirth. Its Early Warning System and Clinical Decision Support tool use AI to monitor patients in labor and find potential issues that need to be addressed.
Memora Heath is an AI-enabled platform for managing complex care needs, including messaging, automated reminders, metrics and scheduling.
The collaboration will allow health systems nationally to perform continued care during labor and delivery to post-discharge monitoring for the same patient.
“Health systems offering robust maternal and fetal monitoring that supports new families during labor and throughout their transition home can gain tremendous lifetime loyalty from these investments,” Manav Sevak, cofounder and CEO of Memora Health, said in a statement. “We’re excited to partner with PeriGen to offer this innovative solution that can help health systems continue to use their digital assets as a key strategic lever to remain competitive in a challenging market.”
THE LARGER TREND
In October, Memora Health launched the first phase of a research program with the Mayo Clinic that will allow maternal care teams to provide continued postpartum care.
In February, Memora announced it scored $40 million in funding. According to Crunchbase, its total raise is $50.5 million.
In 2021, PeriGen was acquired by Halma, a U.K.-based firm, for $58 million.