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News and deals roundup: AHA opposes Optum buy of Change Healthcare; big raises by Komodo Health, Evidation Health, Ro’s $500M; Appriss acquires PatientPing

...pharmacy distribution, and in-home care network. Their total funding since 2017 is $876 million. According to the TechCrunch article, Ro is building out a patient-centric ‘vertical optimization’ model with 10 pharmacies scheduled for 2021 and the ability to provide 500 common drugs at $5 per month. Earlier this year, Ro acquired Workpath, a software platform that enables healthcare companies to offer on-demand, in-home care, and diagnostic services. Look for Ro to make another acquisition or two this year to bolster their telehealth capabilities. Release PatientPing, a care coordination software that connects providers to create continuity of patient care to notify... Continue Reading

UKTelehealthcare’s Digital MarketPlace: Tuesday 16th March (11:00 – 13:00)

Coming right up is UKTHC’s Digital MarketPlace on Tuesday 16 March from 11.00 to 13.00 (1pm). The free presentation will be fully online on Zoom with presentations from Canary Care, Tunstall, Appello, and CSL. The full agenda is available here on UKTHC’s Events page, along with the registration link. Or go to Events from the link on the right sidebar of our home page.... Continue Reading

News roundup: Hacks, ransomware of medical records, security cameras spike; Withings launches new mobile-direct devices; Bluestream Health adds Leon Medical (FL) to telehealth

...(appropriately female for this month) as through a “super admin” account where the username and password appeared online. Becker’s Health IT 10 March, Bloomberg News 210,000 MultiCare patients, providers, and employees of Tacoma, Wash.-based MultiCare had personal information exposed in a December ransomware attack on their medical practice management company’s IT services vendor. Becker’s Health IT 9 March A clinic in North Carolina had a six-day ransomware attack starting 23 February. Hackers demanded a $1.75 million payment in exchange for giving back the clinic access to its data. The clinic came back online 1 March but did not disclose any... Continue Reading

News and deal roundup, 5 March: Oscar Health’s $1.4 billion IPO, telehealth expansion in Congress, what people *really* do during a telehealth visit

...share it, a surprising study by DrFirst, a mobile telehealth and communications platform. It was conducted online during the Pits of the Pandemic (June 2020). It may not surprise you that most patients weren’t fully engaged in the process. Bored, isolated, mostly male patients–73 percent men, 39 percent women–multitasked and distracted themselves during the virtual visit by: Surfing web, checking email, texting – 24.5% Watching the news, TV, or movie – 24% Scrolling through social media – 21% Eating a snack or a meal – 21% Playing a video game – 19% Exercising – 18% Smoking a cigarette – 11%... Continue Reading

Funding update, 4 March: big Series Ds for new unicorn Dispatch Health and Tyto Care; USDA’s $42M for rural telehealth; UK’s Perfect Ward hospital inspection app secures £4m

...is in the desirable, high potential cost-saving areas of care that replaces ER visits or hospital stays. The platform integrates in-home care services booked through a call, their app, or online by patients, care providers, payers, EMS, senior living, and health systems. The objectives of care are to substitute for ER visits, hospital stays, and to coordinate ancillary services. Currently serving 19 markets across 12 states with care to more than 170,000 patients in 2020, the new funding will be used for expansion to 100 national markets. DispatchHealth recently announced partnering with Humana for advanced hospital-level care for their Medicare... Continue Reading

Rock Health/Stanford U Digital Health Adoption Report: high gear for telemedicine, digital health, but little broadening of demographics

...for medical emergency, then minor illness (25 percent), then chronic condition (19 percent). (page 16) Barriers to use remain significant in telemedicine and have not changed year to year except for awareness of options. (page 22-23) Prefer to discuss health in-person (52 percent) Not aware of options (much less this year) Provider didn’t recommend Cost Poor cellular or broadband connection is minimal (3 percent). There is also no barrier of ‘inability to use’, though this may be skewed by the survey group being online (see methodology). Wearables and digital information tracking accelerated, but ‘churn’ continued. 54 percent of respondents adopted... Continue Reading

Deal and news roundup: Cigna acquires MDLive, Oscar Health $1bn IPO preview, Teladoc’s smash revenue–and losses, Medisafe’s $30M Series C

...for management services which can be sold outside of Cigna, a move that follows both CVS Aetna and UnitedHealthGroup. It contains pharmacy benefit management company Express Scripts, specialty pharmacy Accredo, and medical benefit manager eviCore along with several other smaller related businesses. Last year, it brought in $116.1 billion in revenues for Cigna last year, a 20 percent jump from 2019, according to Cigna’s annual report. MDLive release, Healthcare Dive, FierceHealthcare ‘Neoinsurer’ Oscar Health’s IPO raise, scheduled for next week, is now estimated to be in the eye-blinking $1 bn to $1.2 bn range, with over 30 million shares valued... Continue Reading

NHS digital triaging app eConsult closes £7 million funding round

...added HCI’s medical video library service. In June, eConsult added the Ministry of Defence; 183,500 service members and dependents in 124 international locations are able to access online consultations with Defence Primary Healthcare (release). eConsult’s service volume exploded during the early pandemic and has held its leading share versus competitive services such as Babylon Health, Push Doctor, Infermedica, and Livi (Kry). Babylon has had its challenges in the UK market but is aggressively moving into enterprise accounts in the US and Canada, quietly raising just before Christmas $100 million (£74.5m) in a convertible loan led by VNV Global. Mobihealthnews. UKTechNews... Continue Reading

Crime Does Not Pay–especially when defrauding Medicare of nearly $1 billion

...three ‘telemedicine’ convictions noted by this Editor to date, totaling $958 million, are: Genetic testing fraud: The owner of Scott Global, an Orlando telemarketing call center, was convicted of eight counts and a $2.8 million fraud. Telemarketers would call Medicare beneficiaries soliciting their information for expensive cancer screening genetic testing, or CGx, telling them that it would be covered by Medicare. Mr. Scott then paid bribes and kickbacks to ‘telemedicine’ companies to get physician’s orders authorizing the tests. Becker’s Healthcare 12 Jan DOJ release Pharmacy fraud: Larry Smith, a Florida resident owner of two pharmacies and a related company, defrauded... Continue Reading

Funding, acquisition news roundup, round 2: Lyra Health’s $187M Series E, DarioHealth-Upright, GetWellNetwork-Docent Health, Hillrom-BardyDx (updated)

...SPAC with Hudson Executive Investment Corp, in a deal valued at $1.4 billion, including debt. Release, Mobihealthnews DarioHealth, an Israeli-US company concentrating on digital diabetes and hypertension management, extended into musculoskeletal (MSK) therapeutics with the $31 million acquisition of Upright Technologies Ltd., another Israeli-US company. Upright uses a $100 sensor that provides biofeedback and vibration reminders to correct posture plus digital coaching. Last year, Upright was heavily advertised on US television. The buy will transfer to Upright $1.5 million in cash and $29.5 million in stock, and is expected to close in about 10 days. Dario also completed a $70... Continue Reading