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Baltimore-based Everseat, which provides software tools for appointment booking and waitlists to medical offices, was acquired by a software company that seeks to improve communications between patients and providers.
With the agreement, Everseat team members are joining Relatient, according to this week’s announcement. Terms were not disclosed.
Founded in 2013 by Jeff Peres and Brian Kaplan, Everseat gained quick attention in the local tech community with early traction including work with local providers, and moved into an office at Mill No. 1 in Hampden in 2015 amid growth. That office is now being maintained by Relatient.
Everseat’s software is already integrated into Relatient’s software: The two companies were working together under a strategic partnership acquisition that began two years ago. In a statement, Relatient CEO Michele Perry said Everseat “fits perfectly” with the company’s tools.
The software allows patients to view availability and schedule an appointment online without a login or profile, and has a waitlist tool that automatically gets in touch when an opening arises, allowing a reply via text.
Following the acquisition, Relatient will invest in new tools and integrations with other technology platforms for medical practices.
“Relatient’s patient engagement platform and employees are the best I’ve encountered and they have the resources to get the technology we developed at Everseat to the next level more quickly so more customers can solve real healthcare challenges,” Peres said in a statement. “The team and I are excited to join with Relatient and to keep serving our current and future customers.”
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