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Care coordination, management, and remote monitoring vendor Noteworth raises $5 million in seed funding.


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First announced in March, AristaMD closes its $24 million Series B funding round, adding $6 million from Ascension Ventures and .406 Ventures. The San Diego-based company offers e-consult and referral software for primary care physicians.


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VSP Global names Chris Enslin (Visionworks) president of its practice management and EHR subsidiary Eyefinity.


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Ohio Gastroenterology Group implements AlertMD’s QSimple digital queueing and Margie automated patient messaging software to assist patients in resuming in-office visits.

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App-based house call company Heal launches a yearly membership program, giving patients up to eight house calls or virtual visits plus an annual physical.

Athenahealth rebrands its Centricity products, acquired from GE Healthcare through a series of acquisitions and mergers, to AthenaIDX in homage to original developer IDX Systems.

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MHMR Services for the Concho Valley (TX) will implement the SmartCare EHR from Streamline Healthcare Solutions.

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HealtheConnect Alaska selects electronic consent software from Leap Orbit to better coordinate care between medical and behavioral health providers.

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The Idaho Health Data Exchange rolls out real-time analytics capabilities using KPI Ninja’s Ninja Universe technology.

Desert Oasis Healthcare (CA) implements Rimidi’s patient-reported outcomes tool to assist with COVID-19 screening and symptom management.


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GeekWire profiles Reperio Health, an Oregon–based startup that aims to disrupt the at-home testing market with a subscription-based, app-enabled service that offers consumers testing once, twice, or four times a year using their proprietary kit. The company hopes to eventually add telemedicine capabilities.

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In Cincinnati, medical assistant Heather Kouns forges a life-long bond with Dry Ridge Family Medicine co-worker Dirk Hines, MD when she donates a kidney to him. Hines’ wife, Amy, says the surgery earlier this week went well: “Heather is a reminder of people that still care.”


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