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Medidata Acquires Digital Biomarker Business of MC10 / Clinical Trials & Wearable Sensors

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What You Should Know: – Clinical trials technology company Medidata has acquired the digital biomarker business of MC10. – MC10’s offerings will bring novel clinical analytics and biosensor capabilities to Medidata’s existing technology solutions, enhancing Medidata’s capabilities to integrate data from wearable sensors – including… Read More »Medidata Acquires Digital Biomarker Business of MC10 / Clinical Trials & Wearable Sensors

Humana Taps Cohere Health to Modernize Prior Authorizations for Musculoskeletal Treatment

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What You Should Know: – Cohere Health partners with health insurer Humana to modernize the prior authorization process for musculoskeletal treatment across 12 states. – In addition, the company has closed an additional $10M in funding led by Flare Capital Partners and Define Venture, bringing… Read More »Humana Taps Cohere Health to Modernize Prior Authorizations for Musculoskeletal Treatment

5 Trends Driving The Future of Healthcare Real Estate in 2020 & Beyond

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The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed patient expectations for healthcare delivery, including offered services and health office operations. Although health systems have remained dynamic in adopting telehealth capabilities, their long-term capital, like real estate and supply chain management (SCM) protocols, have not adapted to match… Read More »5 Trends Driving The Future of Healthcare Real Estate in 2020 & Beyond

RLDatix Acquires Verge Health to Accelerate Proactive Risk Mitigation in Healthcare

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What You Should Know: – RLDatix acquires Verge Health, creating the largest safety-led compliance and credentialing software platform specifically designed for healthcare. – The acquisition will accelerate the adoption of RLDatix’s applied safety intelligence framework and create an industry-standard for proactive risk mitigation. RLDatix, the… Read More »RLDatix Acquires Verge Health to Accelerate Proactive Risk Mitigation in Healthcare

HP Launches EMR-Integrated Print Solutions to Digitize Point of Care Workflows

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What You Should Know: – HP launches patient-first print technologies to help healthcare workers stay safe and spend more time caring for patients. – Innovations co-developed with healthcare professionals include industry’s first sterilizable printers, exclusive EMR-compliant workflow solutions, and services to improve patient safety and… Read More »HP Launches EMR-Integrated Print Solutions to Digitize Point of Care Workflows

Geisinger, OSF, Presbyterian Double Down on Digital Transformation with AVIA

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What You Should Know: – AVIA, a healthcare innovation network comprised of 50+ health systems and other healthcare stakeholder groups, today announced that Geisinger, Presbyterian Healthcare Services, and OSF HealthCare have renewed or expanded their partnerships with the organization to accelerate digital transformation within their… Read More »Geisinger, OSF, Presbyterian Double Down on Digital Transformation with AVIA

Humana, Fresenius Medical Care Expand Partnership to Improve Care Coordination for Medicare Advantage Members

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What You Should Know: – Humana Inc. and Fresenius Medical Care North America (FMCNA) today announced an agreement to broaden their collaboration toward improving the health of eligible Humana Medicare Advantage members – The agreement between Humana and Fresenius Medical Care North America goes into… Read More »Humana, Fresenius Medical Care Expand Partnership to Improve Care Coordination for Medicare Advantage Members

Butterfly Network Launches Mobile, Whole-Body Ultrasound with Integrated Telehealth Platform

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What You Should Know: –  Butterfly Network launched its next-gen ultrasound product, the new Butterfly iQ+ featuring the world’s only Ultrasound-on Chip™ technology and announced a landmark collaboration with the American College of Cardiology (ACC). Butterfly Network, Inc., today announced the launch of its next-gen ultrasound… Read More »Butterfly Network Launches Mobile, Whole-Body Ultrasound with Integrated Telehealth Platform

Remote Medical Documentation Startup Augmedix Closes $25M, Reverse Merger with Malo Holding

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What You Should Know: – Augmedix closes $25 million in private placement funding and completion of a reverse merger transaction with Malo Holdings Corp. – Following the transaction, the merged entity will be named “Augmedix, Inc.”, and will continue the historic and innovative business of… Read More »Remote Medical Documentation Startup Augmedix Closes $25M, Reverse Merger with Malo Holding

Brightline Raises $20M for Virtual Pediatric Behavioral Health Platform

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What You Should Know: – Brightline raises $20 million to bring its virtual behavioral healthcare platform to kids and families across California and beyond. – Brightline delivers integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting children… Read More »Brightline Raises $20M for Virtual Pediatric Behavioral Health Platform

Former KKR Vet Jim Momtazee Launches Healthcare Investment Firm, Patient Square Capital

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Jim Momtazee, Managing Partner at Patient Square Capital What You Should Know: – Former KKR veteran Jim Momtazee announced the launch of Patient Square Capital, a partnership being purpose-built to become the preeminent investment firm in healthcare.  – Patient Square will partner with best-in-class management… Read More »Former KKR Vet Jim Momtazee Launches Healthcare Investment Firm, Patient Square Capital

Backed by Johnson & Johnson, Thirty Madison Raises $47M for Direct-to-Consumer Telehealth Brands

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What You Should Know: – Direct-to-consumer telehealth company Thirty Madison raises $47M in Series B round from Johnson & Johnson and Polaris Partners. – Thirty Madison’s three portfolio brands — Keeps, Cove, and Evens — enables patients to easily access specialist-level care combined with the convenience of telemedicine and treatment delivery.  Thirty… Read More »Backed by Johnson & Johnson, Thirty Madison Raises $47M for Direct-to-Consumer Telehealth Brands

Eden Health Lands $25M to Bring On-Site and Virtual Care To Employers, Commercial Real-Estate

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What You Should Know: – Eden Health raises $25M to give employers and commercial real estate owners and operators the ability to offer medical care on-site, near-site, and virtually. – Eden’s membership model makes high-quality healthcare an affordable benefit for the average employer, with low… Read More »Eden Health Lands $25M to Bring On-Site and Virtual Care To Employers, Commercial Real-Estate

Allergy Amulet Nabs $3.3M To Launch World’s Smallest, Fastest Consumer Food Allergen Sensor

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What You Should Know: – Today, Allergy Amulet announces $3.3M in seed funding to launch the world’s smallest and fastest consumer food allergen sensor and empower the allergy community by alleviating fears about what’s in their food. – Allergy Amulet’s novel technology can improve the… Read More »Allergy Amulet Nabs $3.3M To Launch World’s Smallest, Fastest Consumer Food Allergen Sensor

Top 5 RCM Challenges for Healthcare Executives in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

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Brian Robertson, CEO at VisiQuate, There have been many memorable “where were you?” events since the 21st century began. But few can match the COVID-19 pandemic, at least from a healthcare perspective.  The effect on healthcare (and healthcare executives) has been particularly profound since our industry… Read More »Top 5 RCM Challenges for Healthcare Executives in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

Cerner Invests in Xealth to Jointly Develop Digital Health Solutions for Clinicians

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What You Should Know: – Cerner and Xealth announce a collaboration to foster tighter physician-patient relationships by giving patients easier access to digital health tools. – These assets will be prescribed directly within the physician’s EHR workflow to manage conditions including chronic diseases, behavioral health,… Read More »Cerner Invests in Xealth to Jointly Develop Digital Health Solutions for Clinicians

DAS Health Acquires Managed IT Services and CyberSecurity Company Technology Seed

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– Both companies’ clients will gain an increased depth of IT and security support, and Technology Seed’s healthcare clients will now have a substantially improved value proposition DAS Health Ventures, Inc., a provider of health IT and management, announced today it completed the acquisition of Technology Seed, LLC, a… Read More »DAS Health Acquires Managed IT Services and CyberSecurity Company Technology Seed

HealthEdge Software Acquires Payment Integrity Solution The Burgess Group

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What You Should Know: – HealthEdge Software announces the acquisition of The Burgess Group, LLC (“Burgess”), an innovative payment integrity software company focused on improving healthcare payment operations for an undisclosed sum. – The strategic acquisition will boost Health Edge’s position in the payment integrity… Read More »HealthEdge Software Acquires Payment Integrity Solution The Burgess Group

Sharecare Launches Digital COVID-19 Return-to-Work Solution for Employers

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What You Should Know: – Sharecare launches its offering for employers: [email protected],  a virtual solution for COVID-19 that’s integrated with its app-based digital health platform for managing consumer health and well-being. – The offering is designed for employers – organizations of any kind – to support… Read More »Sharecare Launches Digital COVID-19 Return-to-Work Solution for Employers

Cohere Health Launches with $10M to Increase Transparency Across Care Journey

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What You Should Know: – Boston-based health IT start-up Cohere Health announced the official launch of its company with a $10 million Series A funding round led by Flare Capital Partners. – The company’s patient journey-focused platform improves the notoriously difficult prior authorization process and… Read More »Cohere Health Launches with $10M to Increase Transparency Across Care Journey

Wake Forest Baptist Health Launches Drone Delivery for Medicines, PPE for COVID-19

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What You Should Know: – Wake Forest Baptist Health will establish a hospital drone delivery network to carry patient-specific time- and temperature-sensitive medicines and PPE for medical professionals treating COVID-19. – In partnership with Matternet and UPSFF today started operating on two routes from one… Read More »Wake Forest Baptist Health Launches Drone Delivery for Medicines, PPE for COVID-19

Curavi Health, CarePointe, U.S. Health Systems Merge to Form Arkos Health to Power Virtual Care for Seniors

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Curavi Health, CarePointe, U.S. Health Systems announced a merger agreement to form Arkos Health. Arkos Health will provide virtual care solutions and health insights to vulnerable populations across the United States. These three entities will become wholly-owned subsidiaries of Arkos Health, and the executive leadership… Read More »Curavi Health, CarePointe, U.S. Health Systems Merge to Form Arkos Health to Power Virtual Care for Seniors

Emtiro Health Taps Innovaccer to Leverage the FHIR-Enabled Data Activation Platform

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What You Should Know: – Emtiro Health, an innovative population health company in North Carolina has selected Innovaccer to deliver data-powered solutions to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of care delivery.  – Powered by Innovaccer’s FHIR-enabled Data Activation Platform, Emtiro Health will create unified patient… Read More »Emtiro Health Taps Innovaccer to Leverage the FHIR-Enabled Data Activation Platform

Doctor On Demand Raises $75M to Expand Comprehensive Virtual Care Platform

What You Should Know – Doctor On Demand raises $75M in Series D funding led by General Atlantic to expand comprehensive virtual care. – Doctor On Demand is seeing record usage this year – up 139% – for COVID-19 screenings, routine health issues, chronic conditions and behavioral health. San Francisco, CA-based Doctor… Read More »Doctor On Demand Raises $75M to Expand Comprehensive Virtual Care Platform

VA, Philips to Create World’s Largest Tele-Critical Care System for Veterans

What You Should Know: – U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs selects Philips to create the world’s largest tele-critical care system, further integrating tele-health and delivering quality care for veterans. – The ten-year contract, which enables VA to invest up to $100 million with Philips for tele-critical care… Read More »VA, Philips to Create World’s Largest Tele-Critical Care System for Veterans