Health Gorilla Partners With Wheel to Extend Diagnostic Ordering Through Wheel’s Virtual Care Ecosystem

Health Gorilla, a Qualified Health Information Network™ (QHIN™) and interoperability solution provider, and Wheel, the virtual care platform powering the future of care, partner to extend seamless lab ordering workflows within the Wheel Virtual Care Platform.

Health Gorilla’s Lab Network, available through a simple-to-implement API or iFrame, provides access to more than 6,200 patient service centers and is made up of health system reference labs, regional labs, specialty labs, and national vendors, including Labcorp, Quest Diagnostics, and BioReference. With more than 90% of the US population within 20 miles of a service center, providers can select a location most convenient to the patient and receive all results in a structured and actionable format, creating a more enjoyable experience for patients and providers.

“We are proud to partner with an innovative organization like Wheel and support their mission to put great care within everyone’s reach,” said Steve Yaskin, Co-founder and CEO of Health Gorilla. “Lab and imaging workflows are critical for clinicians using virtual care technologies, and we’re excited to help incorporate these into the Wheel platform.”

Wheel’s virtual care platform includes configurable virtual care programs, a seamless consumer experience, and a nationwide clinician network - providing organizations with everything they need to deliver convenient, personalized, and comprehensive virtual care. With this partnership, the Wheel platform provider workflows are enhanced with simplified access to a national lab network and actionable clinical data, empowering clinicians with the data they need to make timely, informed, and optimized care decisions.

“The addition of Health Gorilla to our Integrated Virtual Care Ecosystem extends the capabilities of our platform, further simplifying and streamlining care access within a single destination while enabling healthcare providers to serve patients with comprehensive, integrated services,” said Michelle Davey, CEO of Wheel. “Our organizations are aligned in delivering better healthcare experiences for all through this partnership.”