Zyter Acquires Casenet, LLC – Enhances Case Management, Disease Management, and Utilization Management Capabilities

February 2, 2021

Zyter reports Casenet provides a comprehensive suite of enterprise care management software products for commercial, Medicaid, Medicare, TPA, provider/ACO and specialty provider organizations. These population health management products enable healthcare payers and providers to improve care coordination as well as the quality and delivery of care.

Currently Casenet’s TruCare products manage approximately 11% of the United States population.  Recognized as a market leader by KLAS, a leading research firm, Casenet products have been named Best in KLAS three years in a row for Software & Services (2017 and 2018) and Care Management Solutions (2019).

“Casenet is a care management market and technology leader,” said Sanjay Govil, founder and CEO of Zyter, Inc.  “This strategic acquisition adds capabilities that complement our expanding portfolio of digital health products for providers, patients and especially payers.”

With this acquisition, Casenet TruCare products will be enhanced with Zyter’s clinical collaboration, remote patient monitoring, and interoperability products, helping organizations improve operations and patient outcomes while reducing the overall cost of care.

While Zyter already offers a number of payer products, the acquisition of Casenet adds more advanced capabilities in the areas of care management, disease management, utilization management and analytics.  For example, Casenet’s TruCare Analytics application uses machine learning to model risk, identify populations, and provide segmentation so payers can make better, more informed care management decisions.

“This acquisition improves our ability to provide a 360-degree view of each member, making it easier for payers and providers to identify opportunities to coordinate and enhance care,” said Govil.

Zyter will maintain the Casenet brand and TruCare care management products will continue to be marketed and sold as stand-alone offerings and in combination with Zyter.

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