Pittsburgh Business Times- UPMC Enterprises, the medical technology investment arm of UPMC, has purchased interest in RxAnte, a company that uses analytics to predict how patients will adhere to the medications they’re prescribed.
RxAnte will continue to operate as an independent company, and the investment from UPMC Enterprises will allow it to expand its offerings for Medicare, Medicaid and commercial populations, and to extend its predictive models and workflow tools to high-cost specialty drugs.
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