RxRevu announced Wednesday morning that it has rebranded to Arrive Health, unveiling a new name, logo, and corporate website.

The Denver-based health technology company offers a platform that integrates with electronic health records and leverages data to provide lower prescription drug costs and patient-specific alternatives at the point of care.

Arrive’s platform also offers key data for providers, care teams and patients like cost transparency data, prior authorization notifications and submission tools and care quality alerts. 

In a press release, the company stated that the rebranding effort better reflects its “significant advancements and industry adoption” while also recognizing its forward-looking trajectory.

Arrive Health CEO Kyle Kiser.

“The Arrive Health brand better represents the rapid expansion of our network, which we’ve built to improve access to affordable healthcare,” Arrive Health CEO Kyle Kiser said in a statement. “We are dedicated to putting the needs of patients first, and we believe it’s with providers and care teams that those conversations start.”

Arrive Health has network partnerships with several large provider systems across the U.S., including UCHealth, which has been one of its earliest users.

“As an early health system partner of RxRevu, we are excited about the evolution of the company.  In order to best serve our patients, we must prioritize cost transparency,” said UCHealth CIO Steve Hess in a statement. “Arrive Health is the right partner to help us reduce patient costs, improve care workflows, and drive better outcomes.”