mPulse Mobile Acquires MessageBeam
mPulse Mobile, a provider of mobile healthcare industry-focused solutions for engaging and activating consumers, has acquired MessageBeam, a healthcare communications company. The acquisition was funded by mPulse's recent Series B round. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
mPulse Mobile's Activation Intelligence capabilities, combined with the expanded communication channels that MessageBeam brings, enable healthcare organizations to dynamically profile, target, and deliver personalized health engagement that drives healthy behavior change. In addition, mPulse Mobile can manage consumers' preferences to dynamically target conversations through their preferred channels, including text, email, web, or phone.
MessageBeam delivers patient engagement solutions, including interactive voice response system techniology, for procedure compliance, appointment attendance, preventive screenings, disease management and revenue management for healthcare providers.
"We're excited to add the MessageBeam team, technology and customers to the mPulse family," said Chris Nicholson, co-founder and CEO of mPulse Mobile, in a statement. "Michael Drew and Daniel Rowe, MessageBeam co-founders, have created innovative technology and delivered great results for their customers. The acquisition strengthens our ability to deliver significant health and business outcomes for healthcare organizations."
"Joining forces with mPulse Mobile, a company that is aligned with our vision of bridging the gap between patient and provider, brings great value to our customers and our team," said Drew, co-founder and president of MessageBeam, in a statement. "mPuls's tailored and interactive conversational solutions, combined with their expertise in behavioral science and machine learning, allows our customers to deepen engagement with their patients to truly activate them in their health."