1upHealth, a leader in FHIR® interoperability, is a platform for patients, providers, and app developers to aggregate and share medical data and wearable device metrics.
1upHealth focuses on bridging the gap between patient centered data and provider needs, thus creating a platform for patients to aggregate and share medical data from external health systems and wearable devices with providers enabling improved healthcare outcomes and lower costs.
1uphealth was founded in 2017 by Ricky Sahu and Gajen Sunthara. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
1upHealth provides data interoperability between healthcare systems at a very low cost, fractions of a cent per API call, utilizing the latest FHIR® standards, and patient-authorized access, to ensure the best insights at the lowest costs across healthcare providers for low-income, diverse, and vulnerable populations.
1uphealth's FHIR platform transforms healthcare by making it easier to access, integrate, aggregate, and share data across the industry. This allows for improved health care outcomes and reduced costs, bridging the gap between patient-centered data and providers’ needs.
1uphealth has more than 300 companies using its APIs which enable connectivity to over 10,000 health systems across the US.
1uphealth is backed by F-Prime Capital, Jackson Square Ventures, Eniac Ventures, Social Leverage and others. The company raised $25M in Series B round on Apr 15, 2021. This brings 1upHealth's total funding to $35.5M to date.