If the merger is approved, the combined health system would operate 70 hospitals and employ 89,000 people. Intermountain CEO Dr. Marc Harrison would lead the new system, estimated to generate about $15 billion in annual revenue.
After Teladoc and Livongo merge, several of the company’s top executives, including CEO Zane Burke and President Dr. Jennifer Schneider, will leave the combined company, according to a recent filing.
On Episode 143 of Health in 2 Point 00, we have all the alphabets in the raising series represented ;)! Jess asks me about Lumeon raising a $30M Series D for their care orchestration centers, Nurx raising a $22M Series C to develop out its… Read More »Health in 2 Point 00, Episode 143 | Lumeon, Nurx, Thirty Madison, & More
Regulators with the European Commission said they would launch a full investigation of Google’s proposed acquisition of Fitbit. The deal has drawn close scrutiny from regulators who worry about the amount of data Google would be able to access.