Validic, a Durham, NC-based digital health and personalized care company, acquired Trapollo, a Sterling, Virginia-based connected health, technical support, and device logistics provider.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, Validic will enhance its core capabilities.
Founded in 2010, Trapollo is an end-to-end connected health solution provider extending care outside traditional healthcare settings and meeting patients/members where they are in their day-to-day lives. The company has expertise in building, deploying, and scaling remote care programs for providers and payers across the United States through software solutions, devices, logistics, and support services. The company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cox Communications, Inc.
Led by CEO Drew Schiller, Validic is a digital health and personalized care company providing a health IoT platform and EHR-embedded remote care application to allow healthcare organizations to personalize chronic condition management, remote care, and to give every person tailored interventions and personalized care, improving efficiency and delivery, and empowering people to play an active role in their health and well-being.
Validic’s EHR-embedded solution:
- Enables the creation of remote programs to support multiple clinical applications and patient support needs
- Integrates personal health data with program enrollment and visualizations in the patient chart, writing data to EHR flowsheets, and surfacing clinical alerts via the in-basket and in-basket pools
- Helps clinical teams operate efficiently and effectively
- Meets the full scope of patient device and support needs, from BYO-everything to pre-paired kits and phone support
- Eliminates the need to support multiple point solutions with a comprehensive enterprise platform
Healthcare providers, health plans and health IT companies, such as Mass General Brigham, Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, CVS Health and Elevance Health, use the solutions.
Validic is headquartered in Durham, N.C. Trapollo’s former distribution center, which will now be operated by Validic, will remain in Sterling, VA. With the transaction, Cox becomes an investor in Validic.