Hospital-backed Truveta's network of health system data is growing, the company announced Tuesday.
Ochsner Health of New Orleans, Saint Luke's Health System of Kansas City, Missouri, and UnityPoint Health of West Des Moines, Iowa, have joined the 17 health systems that founded Truveta this year, giving the company access to patient data from 20 systems in 42 states, CEO Terry Myerson said.
"With each health system that joins and brings together their de-identified data, the data becomes more representative of our country," Myerson said. Truveta's founding partners and investors include Cincinnati-based Bon Secours Mercy Health, New Hyde Park, New York-based Northwell Health and Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare.
Truveta raised $95 million from health systems in a Series A round announced in July. Microsoft invested an undisclosed amount in September. Truveta has raised nearly $200 million in total, the company disclosed Tuesday.
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The company wouldn't reveal the identities of its newer investors and wouldn't say whether the three health systems that have joined its network contributed funding. Truveta continues to be governed and majority-owned by health systems, according to the company.