San Francisco-based primary and urgent care company Carbon Health raises $30 million in a Series B funding round led by Brookline Growth Partners. The company will use the financing to expand its clinics into retail spaces beyond California, and to embark on more ambulatory care partnerships with health systems.
The company, which has raised nearly $37 million since launching in 2015, has developed an app that lets patients schedule appointments, pay for services, chat with providers, and conduct virtual video visits.
Acquisitions, Funding, Business, and Stock
Atlanta-based startup Medxoom raises $3 million, which it will use to hire additional staff, and further scale marketing and sales for its healthcare pricing app.
Feedtrail raises $1 million for its real-time patient feedback app.
Noel Marsden (Brightstar) joins CareCloud as CFO.
OneOncology names David Stewart (Tennessee Oncology) CIO and Garrick Bernstein (One Medical) CFO.
Announcements and Implementations
The Louisiana Physicians Accountable Care Organization enlists Aledade to help its six independent primary care practices implement and use population health management and care coordination technology.
Dallas-based IPA Genesis Physicians Group selects patient referral and analytics software from Fibroblast.
Practice management and RCM vendor PracticeSuite leverages Payment Data Systems technology to offer customers new electronic payment capabilities.
Family Healthcare of Siouxland implements scheduling software from MyHealthDirect at its six clinics located across Iowa, South Dakota, and Nebraska.
NextGen announces GA of an integrated physical and behavioral health EHR.
Government and Politics
The State of Maryland goes live on NIC’s RxGov PDMP. NIC signed a five-year contract with the Chesapeake Regional Information System for our Patients, which will manage the program.
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