Eon, a Denver, CO-based provider of incidental findings and screening patient management software, raised $16M in Growth Equity funding.
The round was led by Integrity Growth Partners, with participation from UCHealth’s CARE Innovation Center, CU Healthcare Innovation Fund, and 25m Health.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth in key business areas.
Led by CEOs Christine Spraker, and Dr. Aki Al-Zubaidi, Eon provides a cloud-based patient management platform with solutions for many disease states, enabling hospitals and health systems to capture and longitudinally track patients at risk for future catastrophic diagnoses.
The platform leverages computational linguistics, an advanced form of linguistics under the artificial intelligence umbrella, and data science models to accurately capture incidental findings in radiology reports. The solution also provides care navigators with intuitive workflows for patient outreach, ensuring that at-risk patients are adherent to recommended follow-up exams and procedures. Today, Eon is used by over 45 health systems and 400 hospital facilities across the U.S. Notable partner health systems include LifePoint Health, HCA Healthcare, Ascension, Cleveland Clinic, and SCL Health. UCHealth, in conjunction with their investment, will also begin using Eon at all of their hospitals and imaging centers through a phased implementation.