Health IT startup Amplify Health raising $1.5M

Rock Health-backed startup Amplify Health is in the midst of raising $1.5 million, according to a filing with the SEC. The San Francisco-based company, started by CEO Eric Page in 2011, has so far raised $520,000 with another $980,000 to be sold in  through the sale of equity, debt and options, according to the Form D. […]

Rock Health-backed startup Amplify Health is in the midst of raising $1.5 million, according to a filing with the SEC.

The San Francisco-based company, started by CEO Eric Page in 2011, has so far raised $520,000 with another $980,000 to be sold in  through the sale of equity, debt and options, according to the Form D.

The startup provides software tools for physicians to better track and asses patients’ activity, with a specific eye toward ACOs. It aims to “reduce leakage and shift facilities and procedures for better outcomes, lower costs.”

It also said it helps providers import, aggregate and integrate patient data while helping to identify gaps in care and quality measures.

Amplify is part of accelerator Rock Health’s portfolio and it 2013 received an undisclosed seed round.