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Fullscript said the HGGC and Snapdragon investment is designed to help it expand its platform “across the patient treatment lifecycle.”
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Color’s software and infrastructure provide tools for preventative health and infectious disease management by making healthcare programs more accessible.
A couple of medtech companies are experiencing a strong third quarter.
Truveta’s health data platform launches with $200M, insights on COVID breakthrough infections (FIERCE HEALTHCARE)
Created earlier this year, the company is backed by 20 health systems including big names like Tenet Health, Providence and CommonSpirit Health, representing more than 16% of patient care in the U.S.
The health and wellness virtual healthcare startup announced its third quarter, 2021 results on November 9.
TPG-backed PharmEasy owner files for $843 million India IPO (BNN BLOOMBERG)
India is seeing a record year for first-time share sales, with $12.3 billion raised so far, overtaking every other full-year tally, data compiled by Bloomberg show.
Cybersecurity leaders from Microsoft Canada, GitHub, and Ammolite Analytx join a recent BetaKit Live panel to discuss what’s causing the disconnect between developers and security.
According to Think Research, its acquisition of Pharmapod will build on the current reach of the former’s electronic data capture solutions and client base.
Augmedix makes Nasdaq debut in $40M IPO (MOBIHEALTHNEWS)
This IPO comes roughly a year after the company closed a $25 million SPAC.
Communitech and CAN Health describe the deal as “the first of its kind” in Canada, and are aiming to foster growth for tech companies by connecting domestic healthtech innovators to procurement opportunities.
Black Peloton employees are questioning the company about low pay (BUSINESS INSIDER)
Black employees at Peloton are hammering the company with questions about being paid less.
Ellume recalls 2.2M home tests due to risk of false positives (MED CITY NEWS)
The company expanded a recall of its at-home COVID-19 tests due to a manufacturing error.
Months after closing its $225 million CAD Series D round to support its American expansion efforts, Montréal-based AlayaCare has acquired United States-based Delta Health Technologies.