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Nov 20, 2018
CareHarmony addresses population health, care coordination questions Brentwood-based CareHarmony, which markets population health and care coordination software, has secured early-stage funding led by the Nashville Capital Network. Participating with NCN in the round — a dollar figure is not being released — are several local health care executives, including PopHealthCare CFO Kirk Stanley, who will join the board of the company alongside Chase Perry from NCN. Three-year-old CareHarmony has found a market for its services as value-based care models have become pervasive. The company’s client base focuses on accountable care organizations, health systems and hospitals looking to put in place large-scale preventive and ongoing care programs. “CareHarmony is uniquely positioned to revolutionize the way in which health care organizations deploy population health programs,” Perry, NCN’s managing partner, said in the release. “This financing provides CareHarmony with resources that will empower them to accelerate growth and expand their offerings to health care providers.” The NCN team has this year also put money to work in payments technology company AxiaMed, and analytics venture Trilliant, among others.