San Francisco-based Self Health Network has raised approximately $11 million over the past six years, according to recently posted filings in the SEC. The company’s current product focus is a population health management platform. The funds include equity, debt, options, and securities.
Self Health offers its software to hospitals and employers. For employers, Self Health offers a platform, called MyPersonalWellnessGuide. Employers can customize the offering for their employees by choosing from several kinds of services including fitness device integration, a social network, nutrition planning, fitness planning, challenges, rewards, stress management tools, medical records, and health resources.
Hospitals can use Self Health to help coordinate patient care after the patient leaves the hospital. The app, called I’m Home!, enables caregivers and patients to monitor adherence to treatment and discharge instructions from the hospital. From the app patients and caregivers can manage medications and schedule future appointments.
The company’s offering is active in at least one hospital pilot program, CEO Kevin Murphy told MobiHealthNews.
Self Health partnered with UK-based risk management and insurance company Aon in 2012. Through the partnership, Self Health began using Aon as a sales channel for its product. That same year, the company also announced that Aspen Clinic signed on as a customer. At the time, Aspen Clinic said it would use Self Health’s tools to manage its orthopedic rehab patients.