Transcarent partners with Cleveland Clinic for virtual second opinions

Self-insured employers who use the Transcarent health platform will now have access to virtual second opinions from Cleveland Clinic specialists.

The digital health company has partnered with The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic, a virtual care venture developed by the health system with telehealth giant Amwell. Transcarent members will be eligible for a review of their diagnosis or treatment plan as well as a personalized second opinion.

"We are excited to collaborate with Transcarent to bring their employer partners timely, virtual access to Cleveland Clinic's expert physicians in more than 550 advanced subspecialties," said Frank McGillin, CEO of The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic, in a joint Jan. 12 news release. "For life-changing and costly conditions such as heart disease and musculoskeletal issues, leading organizations demand the best, and their employees deserve it."

Transcarent closed on a $200 million series C funding round last January that included New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare and Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center. Rush later started offering the company's digital health app to its employees.

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