Apervita, Inc., formerly known as Pervasive Health, is a platform that enables the digitalization of massive amounts of health analytics at once. Health enterprises use Apervita technologies to turn their medical intellectual property to computable content which in turn can be commercialized globally through the company’s market.

Professionals can browse through a broad selection of curated medical content, subscribe to it, connect their own data sets, and publish results into their workflow. The available content covers clinical, operational, and financial use cases, including readmission prevention, chronic disease management, protocol compliance, rapid detection of patient health deterioration, infection early warnings, health complication risks, missing diagnosis detection, problem list improvement, triage prediction, and personal medical device assessment. The HIPAA secure platform supports open standards and can be connected through modern web services to EMRs, portals, and point-of-care systems.

Apervita, Inc. was founded in January 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

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Chicago, US
Size (employees)
48 (est)
Apervita was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Chicago, US
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Apervita Office Locations

Apervita has an office in Chicago
Chicago, US (HQ)
1 North LaSalle Street Suite #1825
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Apervita Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$19.4 m

Latest funding size

$18 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago


Apervita's latest funding round in January 2015 was reported to be $18 m. In total, Apervita has raised $19.4 m
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Apervita News and Updates

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