GeekWire June 24, 2021
Charlotte Schubert

Tegria, a health services company spun out of healthcare giant Providence, has acquired Seattle-based KenSci, which uses machine learning and AI-powered technology to predict when patients will get sick and lower costs.

The acquisition adds to Tegria’s wide range of services, recently consolidated from nine companies into a single offering providing healthcare consulting and technology services; revenue cycle management solutions; and software technology and platforms.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Founded in 2015 by two childhood friends — Samir Manjure, a former Microsoft exec, and University of Washington-Tacoma professor Ankur Teredesai — KenSci helps healthcare organizations predict clinical, operational and financial risks by aggregating patient data from a variety of sources. These include patient devices, electronic medical records and public records.

KenSci aims...

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