Last month, two Nashville companies merged to form Trilliant Health. Aegis, a technology enabled services company that develops and implements revenue growth strategies for hospitals, has joined forces with Clariture, a data-driven healthcare digital marketing platform. Clariture and Aegis will become the first two business units of a new company, Trilliant Health, that intends to build a portfolio of diverse healthcare technology services united by a single mission: to make hospitals stronger.
As a result of the merger, Martin Ventures, which backed Clariture, is now the largest shareholder of Trilliant Health, and Charlie Martin has joined the Trilliant Health board of directors. Hal Andrews will serve as CEO of Trilliant Health and Aegis, and will continue to serve on the board. Devin Carty will resign as CEO of Clariture to serve as the chairman of the board for Trilliant Health. Jeff Snyder, co-founder of Clariture, will become president of the Clariture business unit under Trilliant Health.