Reveleer, a Glendale, California-based software company that assists health plans to gain control of their medical record retrieval and review initiatives, successfully closed its Series B funding round. 


The round was led by Upfront Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Upfront Partner Kevin Zhang will join the Reveleer board. “We’re thrilled to partner with Kevin Zhang,” said Jay Ackerman, president and CEO of Reveleer. “Kevin has experience in this industry and is passionate about working to bring disruptive solutions to the healthcare market. This new funding will allow us to continue to scale our business while we innovate and support the industry trend towards health plans managing more, if not all, of their record retrieval and review capabilities in-house. We are committed to relentlessly innovating in this space. 

The company intends to use the new funds to expand software development and customer success teams, deliver on its expansive product roadmap, and build on its existing customer base that includes health plans across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. 

Reveleer’s cloud platform looks to improve medical record coding accuracy, increase provider feedback, leverage provider data to impact record retrieval rates, and lower risk of adverse findings from government audits.

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Reveleer is a healthcare software and services company that empowers payers in all lines of business to take control over their risk adjustment and quality improvement programs. The Reveleer platform enables payers to independently execute and manage every aspect of provider outreach, retrieval, coding, abstraction and reporting – all under one single platform. Leveraging its technology, proprietary data sets, and subject matter expertise, Reveleer also assists payers with full record retrieval and review services to support financial performance and improved member outcomes.