Culver City-based personalized healthcare software developer NantHealth said last week that it will offer up free access to one of its software applications, Navinet AllPayer, as a result of the challenge healthcare providers are facing during the pandemic. According to NantHealth, it will offer up free access to its platform through May 31st, and will automatically extend free access for the month of May to its existing providers. The company also extended the free offer to new customers. NantHealth said it made the move due to "unprecendented pressure" on its providers in the wake of the pandemic. NantHealth's software allows healthcare providers to check eligibility and benefits at over 1,000 health plans nationwide, including Medicare, Medicaid, other government, commercial and Blue Cross Blue Shield plans.