Episode Six Enters the US Healthtech Market to Drive Digital Transformation and Payments Innovation
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Episode Six Enters the US Healthtech Market to Drive Digital Transformation and Payments Innovation

Thursday, March 25, 2021 9:00 AM
Episode Six

Fintech provider partners with Nomi Health to deliver a foundation for customized payment-product development

AUSTIN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / March 25, 2021 / Episode Six, the global provider of modern payment processing and banking infrastructure, today announced its expansion into the U.S. healthtech market - a sector ripe for innovation with healthcare expenditure hitting nearly $3.7 trillion in 2018, per CMS projections. Episode Six has also partnered with Nomi Health, a direct healthcare company rewiring America's healthcare payment system, to bring payment account holders together into a unified ecosystem that allows for increased product customization.

After the successful rollout of its ledger and transaction processing technology in the banking and finance industries, Episode Six is transcending market channels to focus on enabling the transmission of payments in partnership with Nomi Health. Nomi Health will leverage Episode Six's technology to enhance the payment process in the healthcare industry.

"Episode Six has proved its technology in the banking industry, and we're looking forward to partnering with them to build out our payments products," said Boe Hartman, co-founder and CTO of Nomi Health. "Technology plays a critical role in how payments will evolve in our space, and Episode Six's adaptability to shifting market conditions will serve as the perfect foundation for us as we prepare for the future."

Episode Six's technology provides a comprehensive set of more than 550 APIs to facilitate a higher level of innovation and customization, allowing its clients to build consumer and business payments and financial products to meet their customers' evolving needs. In healthcare, this can include many-to-many core account structure and the real-time transfer of value across multiple asset classes.

"Recent global and economic conditions have accelerated many areas within the already-emerging healthtech sector, but the need for payments innovation remains," said John Mitchell, CEO of Episode Six. "We see massive opportunity to assist companies in this space, and we look forward to providing the foundational technology that Nomi Health and others have been looking for in order to set them apart from their competitors."

This expansion and partnership come shortly after Episode Six secured an additional $30 million of investment, nine months after the company secured $7 million of its Series A funding. This funding will be used to accelerate continued global growth across all regions and key financial markets including financial services, fintech and healthtech. Currently, 3 million consumers and businesses use products built using Episode Six technology. For more information, visit www.episodesix.com.

About Episode Six

Episode Six modernizes payment processing and banking infrastructure, removing the constraints of legacy technology. With more than 550 APIs and 100 plug-ins, the platform enables financial institutions, fintechs and other innovative companies to create differentiated products to meet the evolving needs of their customers. The Episode Six platform's global compatibility, extensive customizability and easy integration accelerate digital transformation, allowing new products to be brought to market simply and quickly. Episode Six operates globally with an expanding team located in the U.S., Europe, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong. Investors include HSBC, Mastercard, SBI Investment Co., Ltd. and Anthos Capital. For more information, visit www.EpisodeSix.com or LinkedIn.

About Nomi Health

The way we pay and deliver healthcare in America today is fundamentally broken, burdened by layers of avoidable inefficiencies that drive up costs and create unnecessary delays in care. Founded in 2019, Nomi Health is a direct healthcare company with a simple yet bold mission: rewire how we pay for and deliver healthcare to create a more cost-effective - and simply effective - experience for employers, patients and providers alike. Our COVID-19 public health testing and vaccine programs are a perfect example of a more direct, digital-first health care model at work. Find out more at www.nomihealth.com.

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SOURCE: Episode Six

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