Fierce Health IT July 28, 2021
Dave Muoio

Healthcare data mapper Komodo Health has acquired Breakaway Partners, a market access software company targeting the life sciences industry, for an undisclosed sum.

According to the companies’ announcement, the deal allows Komodo to pair the real-time patient data collected through its artificial intelligence platform with Breakaway’s formulary, policy and payer coverage tracking technology—a combination the companies say will help healthcare and life sciences clients prioritize patient access to effective therapies.

“Gaps in access lead to gaps in care delivery,” Web Sun, president and co-founder of Komodo Health, said in a statement. “In a value-driven world, payers, providers and life sciences companies need faster, more complete insights to bridge the gap between new breakthroughs, the potential impact on patient outcomes and formulary decisions....

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