Fierce Healthcare March 16, 2023
By Heather Landi

With the latest financing, the startup plans to add unique data sources to its platform along with workflow and referral solutions and integration pathways to enable healthcare providers to leverage external patient data in their care and collaborate around a shared patient record. (Nuthawut Somsuk/Getty Images)

Jonathan Bush’s latest health tech venture, Zus Health, picked up $40 million in fresh capital to continue building out its health data platform as a common layer digital health companies use to build their tools.

The company, which launched in 2020, provides easy-to-use patient data at the point of care via API, embedded components and direct integration with electronic health record software. The Zus platform is centered around the Zus Aggregated Profile,...

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