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News roundup: Oracle’s modernizing Cerner’s tech, but VA hedges training with AWS; Redesign Health’s $65M raise; Kyruus buys Epion Health; Zรณcalo Health raises $5M seed; Cigna Evernorth adds to digital formulary

...including services such as online check-in, telehealth, integrated reminders for scheduling, and patient education. The acquisition expands Kyruus to 500 health systems and medical groups. Terms and management transitions were not disclosed. For Kyruus, which acquired patient navigation too. HealthSparq from investor Cambia Health Solutions, this helps them build out an end-to-end provider-patient platform. Kyruus release, Mobihealthnews Startup Zócalo Health raised seed funding of $5M to launch virtual healthcare in California, Texas, and Washington. Zócalo (Spanish for plaza or town square) will offer in those states “virtual first family medicine service designed by Latinos, for Latinos”. Already operating in California,... Continue Reading

Perspectives: Creating consistent standards isn’t a once and done job

...and leads the Transformation Directorate’s Partnerships team. This is the second Perspectives contributed by Wysa, an AI-enabled therapy coach for mental and emotional wellness. It recently was granted an FDA Breakthrough Device Designation prior to premarket review. Interested contributors should contact Editor Donna. (Pictures and graphs are welcome) Technology is evolving and becoming more and more commonplace in healthcare. As a result of the pandemic, more people are open to the idea of digital treatment tools, and the NHS has pledged to provide ways to ensure that digital inclusion is accelerated. On-demand healthcare, virtual reality, online treatment sessions, big data,... Continue Reading

News roundup: RPM at 79 ScionHealth hospitals, 74% of employers like virtual care despite concerns, Alma Health garners $130M, NIH’s $25M for cancer care telehealth research, Parks’ virtual Connected Health Summit 30-31 Aug

...will be online Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 August. More information and registration here. Aug 30 – New Opportunities in Connected Health Services: Monitoring and Home Care • Health and Safety Monitoring • Home Care Services Aug 31 – Successful Strategies for Engaging Consumers • Choice in Care: Telehealth, Kiosks, and Retail Clinics • AI in Health: Creating Personalized Insights • Wellness and Consumer Engagement Part of Wednesday’s session will include “Who’s Paying for Healthcare? New Business Models”. There’s a surprising finding–74% of US internet households with children at home have used telehealth services in the past 12 months versus... Continue Reading

Oracle in Federal court class-action lawsuit on global privacy violations; Cerner VA EHR had 498 major outage incidents, 7% of time since rollout

...world’s largest surveillance database of billions of people using the billions of data points most everyone generates online over decades. All three plaintiffs are privacy-rights advocates: Michael Katz-Lacabe of the Center for Human Rights and Privacy; Dr. Jennifer Golbeck, director of the University of Maryland’s Social Intelligence Lab; and Dr. Johnny Ryan, a Senior Fellow at the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL), and at the Open Markets Institute. Dr. Ryan’s organization, the ICCL, stated that “Oracle’s dossiers about people include names, home addresses, emails, purchases online and in the real world, physical movements in the real world, income, interests... Continue Reading

Perspectives: why digital apps need an in-house clinical safety lead

...is so widely loved by patients and revered around the world is its commitment to doing the best thing by patients. Where many patients are is online. With over 350,000 digital health apps on the market, and an average of 250 new health apps released every day, how can we uphold safety standards while putting the best tools into the hands of clinicians, patients, employers, and employees? Unfortunately, most tech and digital organizations don’t have in-house clinical safety officers to be accountable for clinical safety and ensure that effective clinical risk management is carried out at all stages of development... Continue Reading

Week-end news roundup: +Oscar data tech platform pauses, BD buys MedKeeper pharmatech for $93M, Novant’s Meta misconfiguration reveals PHI, Mt Sinai’s Sema4 genomics spinoff releases 250 + founder

...MedTechDive, BD release North Carolina provider Novant Health has notified patients of a code misconfiguration of their Meta Pixel tracker that may lead to unauthorized disclosure of their personal health information (PHI). The number of patients is not disclosed. In June, The Markup and STAT jointly published a several-part exposé of the Meta Pixel tracker being loaded into patient portals and the online appointment scheduler, capturing sensitive patient information and sending it to Facebook [TTA 17 June]. The letter explains the event as a campaign to connect more patients to their MyChart portal. The pixel was removed in June (after... Continue Reading

Week-end news roundup: Allscripts on the acquisition hunt, Amwell’s CVS telehealth deal, Cerner’s $1.8M racial discrimination settlement, predicting Parkinson’s progression via smartwatch data

...clients effective first half 2023. As this Editor wrote earlier this week, CVS Health is making no secret of its intent to expand into delivering primary care and home health. One way Virtual Primary Care will be leveraged is converting in-store health services to virtual, such as non-emergency treatment and nutrition/wellness programs. CVS is even dabbling into blockchain with downloadable non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for virtual services. HealthcareFinance Cerner, on the other hand, is paying out $1.8 million to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit brought by the US Department of Labor. As a Federal contractor, Cerner went under review by the... Continue Reading

Week-end wrapup: CVS plans to expand primary care, home health; Cera Care raises ยฃ264M; Linus Health’s AI enabled dementia screener, Cognito’s cognitive therapy slows brain atrophy

The sandal (it’s summer) drops at CVS Health in primary care–and maybe more. On their Q2 earnings call, CVS discussed that they are determined to enhance their services in three categories: primary care, provider enablement, and home health. The footwear that dropped was from CEO Karen Lynch: “We can’t be in the primary care without M&A” (sic). It was inevitable, given that rival Walgreens has a $5 billion deal with VillageMD for freestanding Village Medical clinics, Amazon with the pending One Medical buy–which it passed on only weeks prior [TTA 7 July], and Walmart picking along the edges with in-store... Continue Reading

Week-end roundup of not-good news: Teladoc’s Q2 $3B net loss, shares down 24%; Humana, Centene, Molina reorg and downscale; layoffs at Included Health, Capsule, Noom, Kry/Livi, Babylon Health, more (updated)

...spot is their online therapy service, BetterHelp, which in the US is pursuing a substantial TV campaign. CEO Jason Gorevic in the earnings release pointed out competitors buying the business at low margins and consumer spending pullbacks. Teladoc’s forward projections are bolstered by Primary360 and Chronic Care Complete. Projected revenue for Q3 is $600 million to $620 million. Shares on Thursday took a 24% hit, adding to the over 50% YTD drop misery. At best, Teladoc will muddle through the remainder of the year, if they are lucky. MarketWatch, Mobihealthnews, FierceHealthcare Health plans are also presenting a mixed picture. Humana... Continue Reading

Thursday news roundup: RVO Health JV combines Optum-RV Health consumer health assets; Holmes sentencing for Theranos fraud delayed

Red Ventures, Optum combine consumer savings, digital health coaching, education assets into RVO Health. Quietly announced via Moody’s Investor Services (PDF) and appearing on LinkedIn, this offloads media holding company Red Ventures’ RV Health, consisting of Healthline health news/education media (Healthline, Medical News Today, Psych Central, Greatist, and Bezzy), plus the Healthgrades doctor rating, FindCare doctor locator and PlateJoy meal planner services. Optum contributes their Perks prescription savings card, Store shopping service, and coaching platforms Real Appeal, Wellness Coaching, and QuitForLife. For Red Ventures, this moves 20% of their company earnings into the JV, leaving media such as Bankrate.com and... Continue Reading