The Top 25 Healthcare Software Companies of 2024

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The Healthcare Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Healthcare Software Companies of 2024. The global healthcare software market is expected to reach a value of $104 billion by 2030. The shift toward paperless workflows combined with the complex task of managing healthcare-related processes has led to an increased need for automation in the industry, with businesses often leveraging the power of AI for their innovative solutions. The companies on this year’s list are filling gaps in healthcare systems with cutting-edge technologies that have improved record management, streamlined interactions and optimized critical areas related to patient care.

Among this year’s awardees we chose Tebra, whose suite of digital tools is automating and transforming healthcare and practice management for over 100,000 independent providers, serving 85 million patients. We’re also honoring PatientPoint®, a provider of in-office engagement solutions that have led to an increase in the number of patients getting screened for certain life-threatening illnesses. Rounding out awardee highlights is Prescryptive Health, a company focused on the prescription drug market, providing mobile pharmaceutical solutions to patients and helping uninsured patients access discounted pharmaceuticals.

The companies on this year’s list have emerged as leaders in healthcare technology, setting a precedent for the dedication and foresight needed to create change and improve the experiences of both patients and providers. Please join us in recognizing The Top 25 Healthcare Software Companies of 2024

 

1. CorroHealth

Headquartered in Plano, TX with a workforce of 8500 individuals, CorroHealth offers integrated solutions and intelligent technology to enhance the financial performance of hospitals and health systems worldwide. The software is used by over 300 medical doctors and technicians. By prioritizing clinical cases and optimizing resource allocation, VISION ensures maximum compliant revenue capture for healthcare providers.

CorroHealth’s unveiling of the REVIVE platform marks a significant advancement in intelligent technology, specifically targeting aged receivables within healthcare systems. Additionally, the introduction of PULSE, a cutting-edge AI-driven medical coding automation tool provides unparalleled efficiency and accuracy with up to 100% automation and a 97% accuracy rate. Furthermore, CorroHealth’s latest offering, VISION offers a solution in Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI), utilizing advanced DRG revenue integrity technology.

 

2. Accolade

Accolade, headquartered in Seattle, WA, is a personalized healthcare company that provides innovative employer, health plan, and consumer solutions to integrate virtual primary care, mental health services, expert medical opinions, and top-notch care navigation. Its platform is designed to anticipate and address population health needs, delivering proactive care that enhances outcomes and reduces costs while ensuring access and continuity of care.

With over 1,700 employees, Accolade has consistently achieved consumer satisfaction ratings exceeding 90%. Recently, the company expanded its trusted partner ecosystem by welcoming Brightline and Kindbody, reinforcing its commitment to providing comprehensive behavioral health solutions. These partnerships complement Accolade’s existing collaborations with Headspace, Lyra, and Equip, further enhancing their ability to deliver exceptional care experiences tailored to each individual’s unique needs.

 

3. WellSky

Headquartered in Overland Park, KS, WellSky provides innovative software, analytics, and services that drive improved outcomes and cost efficiencies throughout the health and community care spectrum. The company has a vast network, encompassing over 2,000 hospitals, 130,000 providers, and 20,000 social services organizations

Recent partnerships with Millennium Physician Group and Tango exemplify WellSky’s commitment to revolutionizing healthcare delivery and post-acute care benefit management. Strategic collaborations with Google Cloud highlight WellSky’s commitment to driving data-driven innovation and integrating cutting-edge AI technology into their solutions.

 

4. Lumeris

Lumeris partners with top-tier health systems and physician practices nationwide, sharing risk and operational responsibilities by developing software solutions that enable its partners to implement the most effective value-based models tailored to each population. The company’s AI-infused technology stack results in superior quality metrics, enhanced patient experience and physician satisfaction, and notable reductions in the total cost of care across Medicare Advantage, traditional Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial populations.

Lumeris has managed over $13 billion in medical spending across 12 markets. Over the past year, the company launched a new technology suite available to its risk partners that drives advanced population health management, care orchestration, and health plan management. Recent accomplishments include their sophisticated machine learning risk identification and stratification program that efficiently allocates clinical resources. Additionally, innovative enhancements in content navigation include a reimagined member digital journey, resulting in an increase in member portal adoption by 81.5% over the prior year.

 

5. Certara

Certara transforms drug discovery and development with its software, technology, and services. Serving 2,000 biopharmaceutical companies, academic institutions, and regulatory agencies in 62 countries, Certara’s clients secured 90% of new FDA drug approvals in the past nine years. With over 300 global regulatory submissions in the last five years, Certara accelerates medicines using biosimulation, software, and services.

The recent acquisition of Applied Biomath strengthens Certara’s biosimulation portfolio, enhancing capabilities for optimal dosing of novel therapies. Additionally, the introduction of Simcyp™ Biopharmaceutics software underscores Certara’s dedication to streamlining drug formulation and development for both novel and generic medications.

 

6. Tebra

In 2021, Kareo and PatientPop joined forces to form Tebra, a complete practice automation solution for independent healthcare providers that raised $65 million in its Series A funding round. Located in Newport Beach, CA, the company has grown to over 1000 employees.

Tebra provides an all-in-one platform to drive practice success and modernize the experience for patients, offering digital tools that include an electronic health record solution, billing and payments management, online scheduling, and a patient portal. In 2022, Tebra launched to more than 100,000 providers, serving 85 million patients in the United States.

 

7. Edifecs

Located in Bellevue, WA, Edifecs provides technology to its payer and health system customers, which serve nearly 300 million people in the U.S. healthcare market. Its clients include health plans, healthcare providers, and government agencies, linking payers and providers.

For over 25 years, Edifecs has helped its customers aggregate and unify their data with its Best in KLAS interoperability platform. The Edifecs platform provides payment adoption and more complete and accurate care funding for alternative payment models. Edifecs’ solutions incorporate natural language processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to provide deeper insights into patients, populations, and business processes.

 

8. Relias

Relias provides lifelong workforce enablement solutions for more than 11,000 healthcare and human services organizations and 4.5 million caregivers to drive measurable outcomes. Customers use Relias solutions to attract and retain talent, elevate care quality and reduce risk with our technology, services, community, and expertise.

The Relias family of brands — Nurse.com, Wound Care Education Institute, Relias Academy, FreeCME, and Relias Media — serves the entire healthcare community and shares a common goal of improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of society and those who care for them.

 

9. Suvoda

Suvoda is a global clinical trial technology company specializing in complex, life-sustaining studies in therapeutic areas like oncology, central nervous system (CNS), and rare diseases. Founded in 2013 by experts in eClinical technologies, Suvoda empowers clinical trial professionals through advanced software solutions delivered on a single platform.

Headquartered outside Philadelphia, Suvoda also maintains offices in Portland, Oregon, Barcelona, Spain, Bucharest and Iasi, Romania, and Tokyo, Japan. The company’s Net Promoter Score (NPS) consistently exceeds the technology industry average, contributing to the company being selected by trial sponsors and CROs to support more than 1,400 trials across 85 countries. Suvoda recently announced 30% revenue growth in 2023, driven by strong customer adoption of its new technology platform.

 

10. PatientPoint

PatientPoint® was founded 35 years ago and offers full-service digital marketing solutions to healthcare practices across the country. Its offerings range from reputation and brand management to in-office engagement solutions, now available in 35,000 physician offices and reaching more than 750 million patient visits each year.

PatientPoint recently introduced NCCN resources to oncology practices nationwide and launched an Impact Calculator, aiding health systems in quantifying growth potential through its leading patient engagement platform. Notably, their in-office engagement solutions have been associated with a 20 percent increase in colon cancer screenings, a 28 percent increase in flu vaccines, a 43 percent increase in tobacco cessation counseling, and a 45 percent increase in mammograms.

 

11. PartsSource

PartsSource is a B2B vertical marketplace and supply chain software platform serving the healthcare provider and supplier ecosystem. With a focus on enhancing essential clinical operations, improving staff productivity, reducing costs, boosting asset uptime, and fortifying supply chain resiliency, PartsSource is used by over 5,000 member hospitals and 15,000 clinical sites.

PartsSource offers advanced automation for procurement and vendor management workflows, collaborating with clients to pinpoint opportunities for enhanced efficiency and availability. In a recent milestone, PartsSource unveiled a groundbreaking evidence-based model to revolutionize service contract management for healthcare systems. This customizable solution streamlines total healthcare technology management capacity by consolidating multiple service contracts into a single, evidence-based agreement.

 

12. AssistRx

AssistRx provides an advanced therapy initiation and patient support solution that improves patient uptake, visibility, and outcomes. The company integrates technology and therapy expertise to improve the overall experience, through innovative platforms including iAssist for onboarding, e-support services, and non-commercial pharmacy services. In a recent development, AssistRx partnered with GoodRx to introduce Real-time Benefit Check in Provider Mode, offering comprehensive cost information during prescribing. This innovative feature consolidates insurance prices, cash prices, and manufacturer savings programs into a single platform, enhancing efficiency and affordability for healthcare professionals and patients alike. Additionally, AssistRx’s launch of an Advanced Gateway addresses the growing demands of patient support programs. Through a single API integration, it provides tech-forward access solutions, comprehensive program insights, and streamlined implementation processes, further supporting individuals navigating complex healthcare landscapes.

 

13. Nference

Nference is a healthcare data analytics company, utilizing AI to unlock the potential of extensive datasets. The platform delivers real-world evidence, insights, and solutions drawn from comprehensive multimodal data across all therapeutic domains. Nference’s vast de-identified, longitudinal data repository includes clinical notes, patient histories, vital signs, lab results, imaging data, genomics, and more.

Partnering with healthcare institutions like Mayo Clinic, Duke Health, and Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nference’s federated data platform facilitates advanced research and custom AI model development. With access to over 40 million patient journeys, their collaborators can accelerate target discovery, optimize clinical trial design, and improve lifecycle management. Recent collaborations include securing multi-year funding to advance health equity and joining forces with Emory Healthcare.

 

14. Kipu Health

Kipu’s focus is on behavioral health technology, bringing together patients, providers, and payers on its comprehensive platform. Serving more than 135,000 users at more than 4,000 facilities, globally, and managing more than 3 million patient encounters, Kipu’s cloud-based platform manages the entire patient life cycle from the very first call through admission, treatment, follow-up, and billing.

Notably, Kipu has experienced three-fold growth since 2021, and most recently launched a patient portal enabling virtual care, prescription management, and more. Last year, Kipu achieved HITRUST certification, a testament to the company’s security and privacy policies that protect patient information. The company also continues to grow its marketplace delivered through its integration platform, the Kipu Consolidated Integrations (KCI). KCI enables technology providers to effectively communicate and transfer data with nearly any external healthcare system. With its agnostic connection capabilities, end-user providers can use a single platform to manage their complete technology suite, which is essential in overseeing the entire patient journey.

 

15. Nym Health

Based in New York City with R&D capabilities in Tel Aviv, Nym Health transforms clinical language into actionable information, combining industry-leading technology with clinical expertise and a deep understanding of medical language to accurately decode medical charts in a way that is fast, explainable, and compliant.

The company’s innovative solution for revenue cycle management (RCM) takes provider notes within patient charts and translates them into accurate diagnostic and billing charge codes, all within a matter of seconds and with zero human intervention. Along with 95+% accuracy, Nym’s RCM solution delivers audit-ready, traceable documentation for every code it generates, ensuring total visibility into why each code was assigned. The Nym solution can be quickly deployed and scaled based on volume and workflow needs. Nym recently announced the expansion of its suite of outpatient solutions.

 

16. Capital Rx

Founded in 2017 and headquartered in New York, NY, Capital Rx is advancing the nation’s electronic healthcare infrastructure. The company leverages its proprietary cloud-native enterprise health platform, JUDI®, and the efficient Single-Ledger Model™ to enhance drug price visibility and optimize patient outcomes. Serving over 2.4 million members across Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial plans, JUDI connects every facet of pharmacy management, including underwriting, patient communication, and invoicing.

Recently, Capital Rx announced a significant milestone in a strategic alliance with Prime Therapeutics, a leading pharmacy solutions organization, allowing Prime Therapeutics to offer exclusive access to the Capital Rx platform, enhancing its capabilities in providing optimal patient care.

 

17. Prescryptive Health

Headquartered in Redmond, WA, Prescryptive Health is a healthcare technology company specializing in the pharmaceutical field. The company connects patients, pharmacies, payers, and pharma manufacturers directly to reduce costs, improve profitability, enhance outcomes, and empower consumers to take ownership of their prescriptions. Prescryptive Health solutions enable better patient engagement through people-friendly technology on a point-of-care platform.

Notably, Prescryptive has patented the world’s first prescription intelligence platform, allowing consumers choice and control in their prescription experience. Through the platform, doctors can send encrypted “digital prescriptions” to the patient’s phone, where the patient can then compare costs at local pharmacies. Significant partnerships include Transcarent, who uses Prescryptive’s intelligence platform to enable millions of Transcarent members to shop for their own prescriptions. Furthermore, in October, Prescryptive expanded its point-of-care pharmacy marketplace by making 9amHealth’s virtual cardiometabolic healthcare service available in Prescryptive’s digital marketplace, with 9amHealth leveraging Prescryptive’s mobile-first platform to connect with patients at the point of prescribing.

 

18. kontakt.io

Headquartered in New York, Kontakt.io is the fastest-growing SaaS provider and the leader in Inpatient Journey Analytics that optimizes the efficiency and quality of care operations. By understanding how patients move through the care delivery process, Kontakt.io helps health systems uncover waste, streamline capacity, improve workflows, and help staff and patients feel seen and valued.

Using AI, IoT, and RTLS, Kontakt.io delivers a cloud platform for over 20 use cases, including asset tracking, staff safety, patient experience, wayfinding, and more. Delivered as a service, the platform spans BLE sensors and tags, BLE gateways, web applications, and APIs, giving health systems a 360° view of the clinical spaces, assets, processes, and people.

Built on open-standard technologies, Kontakt.io has the most IT-friendly platform that rapidly deploys, easily integrates into existing network infrastructure, effortlessly scales to other use cases, and delivers immediate ROI. Since 2013, Kontakt.io has provided solutions to +32,000 end users, delivered via +1,200 partners, and deployed +3 million IoT devices in the field.

 

19. PharmaCord

PharmaCord, headquartered in Jeffersonville, IN, is a patient services company trusted by leading manufacturers, enhancing medication access, adherence, and patient satisfaction. Specializing in critical therapies, PharmaCord ensures patients receive optimal care throughout their treatment journey. PharmaCord simplifies the prescription process, providing patients with a seamless experience.

At the core of PharmaCord’s approach is their proprietary platform, PharmaCord Lynk, which streamlines the patient journey and identifies and addresses barriers to therapy promptly. Additionally, PharmaCord Scripts, their non-commercial pharmacy, offers affordable programs and expedites medication dispensation.

 

20. Vizzia Technologies

Vizzia Technologies is a leading software and managed service provider of real-time location systems (RTLS) for healthcare organizations, including several of America’s largest hospitals and health systems. The RTLS provided by the company reduces equipment rental costs and decreases the rate of lost or stolen inventory. The systems also provide information about patient wait times and a variety of other hospital processes.

The company’s award-winning InVIEW℠ software platform provides real-time, actionable data and process visibility, empowering hospitals to enhance efficiencies and patient care. With extensive experience serving leading health systems, and industry recognition as a top healthcare technology company, Vizzia lowers costs and increases productivity for its hospital customers.

 

21. Nextech

Nextech provides specialty-focused technology solutions tailored to the unique workflow needs of healthcare providers. Their comprehensive platform integrates electronic medical records (EMR/EHR), practice management, revenue management, and patient engagement software and services. Recognized as the top single solution provider for ophthalmology, plastic surgery, and dermatology, Nextech serves over 9,000 providers and 50,000 office staff members.

With a commitment to enhancing efficiency across clinical, administrative, financial, and marketing functions, Nextech delivers personalized solutions that cater to the specific requirements of each specialty practice. Their focus on consultative guidance ensures the successful implementation of intelligent healthcare technology, aligning with the fast-paced workflows of individual providers.

 

22. Spok

Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, Spok, Inc. is a leader in healthcare communications. In 2014, Spok emerged as a result of two communication companies, USA Mobility and Amcom Software, merging. Spok specializes in delivering clinical information to care teams through timely communication, creating a standard for healthcare communication and critical communication solutions.

The Spok Care Connect® platform improves workflows for clinicians and ensures administrative compliance. It serves more than 2,200 adult and children’s hospitals, with over 100 million messages transmitted monthly through Spok solutions.

 

23. Viz.ai

Viz.ai utilizes artificial intelligence to enhance patient care. Their AI-powered care coordination solution, Viz.ai® One, analyzes various medical imaging data, from CT scans to echocardiograms. Recently, Viz.ai obtained FDA 510(k) clearance for its AI algorithm for Intracerebral Hemorrhage quantification and expanded into outpatient ambulatory centers to accelerate clinical trial recruitment in Heart Failure.

Viz.ai has improved diagnostic and treatment processes across over 1,500 hospitals and health systems in the U.S. and Europe, benefiting more than 230 million individuals. Viz.ai One identifies patients with suspected diseases promptly, facilitates critical decision-making at the point of care, and optimizes care pathways, ultimately enhancing outcomes. Supported by substantial real-world clinical evidence, Viz.ai One offers significant value to patients, healthcare providers, and stakeholders in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

 

24. Clearsense

Clearsense® leads healthcare transformation by fostering data confidence for enhanced clinical and financial outcomes. Offering tailored Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions, it caters to health systems, health plans, and various industry stakeholders. Their HITRUST-certified 1Clearsense Platform merges cloud-based architecture with AI, supporting healthcare organizations in value-based care, data governance, and archival.

Recent initiatives include launching on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace, partnering with AWS to ease transitions to the cloud, and collaborating with Intermountain Health to leverage legacy data for enhanced transparency and accuracy. Through customized PaaS offerings, Clearsense ensures alignment with diverse healthcare needs, demonstrating a commitment to innovation and excellence in data management across the industry.

 

25. Bluesight

Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, Bluesight connects hospitals and manufacturers from production through utilization of medications. The company solves supply chain inefficiencies and reduces risk by using AI and machine learning to surface actionable analytics for every step of the medication lifecycle.

Bluesight developed a suite of Medication Intelligence™ solutions that offer providers a way to keep track of every medication dose from manufacturing to the patient. More than 1,600 U.S. and Canadian hospitals utilize Bluesight solutions to optimize their hospital pharmacy practices by improving efficiency, reducing medication costs, and increasing compliance and safety.

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