SEATTLE – Brook, a chronic disease digital health platform provider, and New York health plan Independent Health are partnering to provide enhanced resources to help its members self-manage their care. In addition to collaboration on technology and delivery of new services, Independent Health is participating in a recent round of financing to help Brook complete a seed round of $4 million. “Today, technology can help personalize treatment using a process that can be customized and flexible,” said Oren Nissim, co-founder and CEO of Brook, in a statement. “Our partnership with Independent Health is groundbreaking for individuals seeking to manage their chronic diabetes condition, and it is equally exciting for medical and health care professionals.” Dr. Michael Cropp, president of Independent Health, will also join Brook’s board of directors. Brook is developing a personal health assistant technology that provides simple, impactful, data-driven support with medical and health services professional coaching to help individuals manage diabetes and other chronic conditions. Using mobile sensors, Brook tracks and interprets data like activity and sleep, and runs a routine analysis engine that captures diabetes and behavior data. Brook than combines and connects the use of a chatbot with a human expert team, providing patients with continuous support for their successful diabetes management.
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