Kepro acquires healthcare management company | Health care


Kepro, a Nashville-based insurer, purchased the eQHealth Solutions population health management platform for an undisclosed amount.

The Baton Rouge-based company was founded in 1986 and coordinates patient care for government and commercial insurance plans in all 50 states.

The tech company has offices in seven states, including Louisiana, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Mississippi, Texas and Vermont, and maintains partnerships with Change Healthcare, IBM and ACG Johns Hopkins, based in Nashville, among others.

EQHealth’s expertise will enhance Kepro’s portfolio of managed care and technologies, according to a press release, including the implementation of a cloud-based SaaS platform that offers data analytics, integration clinical and population health management. Kepro also provides quality monitoring and enrollment services to more than 300 government-sponsored insurance programs and has more than 20 offices and 1,400 employees across the United States.

“Today we welcome eQHealth Solutions to the Kepro family,” said Susan Weaver, President and CEO of Kepro, in the statement. “The combination of our businesses will support our continued growth and bring additional expertise, depth and technological solutions to our clients to better serve priority populations. “


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