HumanaCare acquires Tranqool, a virtual health platform
May 23, 2018
TORONTO – HumanaCare, a leading provider of employee and member health services, is pleased to announce the acquisition of TranQool, a virtual health platform. “Combining HumanaCare and TranQool drives innovation and employee engagement in our health and wellness solutions,” said Jamie Marcellus (pictured), president of HumanaCare.
“TranQool gives us the opportunity to deliver care virtually, while providing a robust platform to expand access to our existing Employee Assistance Programs, Medical Second Opinion, Disability Support, Caregiving/Healthcare Navigation and Chronic Disease Management Services,” he added.
“The TranQool platform will provide HumanaCare members with chat and video access to counsellors and healthcare professionals. The growing need for online access to health services is a shift that is happening and you’re seeing HumanaCare and TranQool leading the way,” said Saeed Zeinali, co-founder of TranQool.
“HumanaCare’s current and future clients will benefit greatly from the choice and convenience of online access.”
The transaction closed on May 8th, 2018.
HumanaCare has more than 35 years of Canadian healthcare experience delivering improved outcomes through our Employee Assistance Programs, Disability Support Services, Medical Second Opinion Services and Health Services, such as healthcare navigation, Chronic Disease support and specialized case management services. For more details, please visit http://www.humanacare.com.
TranQool is a virtual health platform that provides access to mental health services to people across Canada. Mental health is as important as physical health and TranQool’s mission is to increase access to resources in the mental health industry. For more details, please visit http://www.tranqool.com.