Babylon (NYSE: BBLN), a digital healthcare company, has acquired DayToDay Health, a provider of digital-first engaging programs and clinical services before and after scheduled surgeries and major health events.

DayToDay provides patients with targeted education, communication and clinical support from a care team before and after clinic and hospital visits. The firm works to lower rehospitalization and wound infection rates, as well as post-op complications and provide guidance for the general recovery process. Following the deal, Babylon will add DTD’s scalable capabilities into its digital-first healthcare offering.

“Joining Babylon will empower DayToDay to scale its robust platform to clinical areas by deploying its proven platform to the Babylon customer base,” said Prem Sharma, CEO of DayToDay Health. “Working together, we can tap into Babylon’s AI capabilities and improve the virtual care experience for both patients and providers alike.”

“We’re excited to welcome the DayToDay team into Babylon, as both companies work toward the same goal of leveraging technology to enhance the patient experience,” said Ali Parsa, founder & CEO of Babylon. “As we continue to evolve our value-based care services and empower our members to take control of their health, the addition of pre- and post-surgical care will  help our members at a significant period of needs, improving overall accessibility, quality and affordability outcomes.”