iTriage is a healthcare technology company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 2008 by two emergency room doctors, iTriage was acquired by Aetna, Inc. in 2011. Today, as a wholly owned subsidiary with approximately 100 employees, iTriage connects patients, providers and health plans through technology to deliver personalized data insights that empower people to take action on their healthcare. iTriage also partners with hospitals and health systems, accountable care organizations, retail clinics, health plans, and employers to improve population health.
Since launch, the free iTriage application has been downloaded more than 15 million times to iPhone®, iPad® and AndroidTM mobile devices. Millions of users engage with the application monthly, and iTriage consistently receives an average of 4.5 out of 5 star-ratings in the Apple and Google stores.
|September 2008||Drs. Peter Hudson and Wayne Guerra form Healthagen, LLC (precursor to iTriage, LLC)|
|March 2009||First iTriage app for iOS launches|
|September 2009||First web version of iTriage introduced|
|October 2009||iTriage becomes first mobile app to provide ER Wait Times|
|March 2010||First iTriage app for Android™ launches|
|September 2011||Aetna acquires iTriage, making iTriage, LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Fortune 500 company|
|September 2012||Harvard Medical School puts stamp of approval on iTriage medical content|
|June 2013||iTriage launches its multi-symptom processor, enhancing medical decision support and patient education|
|January 2014||iTriage teams up with Consumer Reports to increase dialogue between patients and clinicians, making Choosing Wisely® campaign content available to millions|
|February 2015||iTriage launches a nationwide initiative toward improving U.S. health literacy rates for better health and reduced costs|
|May 2015||iTriage appoints Yaniv Kanfi company President|
|Summer 2015||iTriage and its Denver headquarters is established as Aetna’s hub for consumer digital innovations|
|January 2016||iTriage launches iTriage Essentials, a new consumer app for testing new features and building for the future|
|March 2016||iTriage and WellMatch merge to form one business and build personalized health and well-being products for any stage of life. Learn about WellMatch’s products here.|