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Noula Health, a reproductive support services startup, has raised $1.4 million in pre-seed funding. The company will offer subscription-based virtual care, at-home diagnostics, and access to health coaches.

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Founder Noelle Acosta previously led business development at tech-enabled women’s healthcare company Maven Clinic.


Webinars

April 6 (Wednesday) 1 ET. “19 Massive Best Practices We’ve Learned from 4 Million Telehealth Visits.” Sponsor: Mend. Presenter: Matt McBride, MBA, founder, president, and CEO, Mend. Virtual visits have graduated from a quickly implemented technical novelty to a key healthcare strategy. The challenge now is to define how telehealth can work seamlessly with in-person visits. This webinar will address patient satisfaction, reducing no-show rates to single digits, and using technology to make telehealth easy to use and accessible for all patients. The presenter will share best practices that have been gleaned from millions of telehealth visits and how they have been incorporated into a leading telemedicine and AI-powered patient engagement platform.

Previous webinars are on our YouTube channel. Contact Lorre to present your own.


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Primary care managed services organization UpStream Healthcare names Cone Health executives Steve Neorr COO and David Grapey, MD CMO.


Announcements and Implementations

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Hot on Meditech’s heels and just in time for HIMSS, Epic announces that it will offer a version of its system to independent medical groups of more than 40 providers, directly from the company, negating the need for a Community Connect agreement with a health system. Dubbed “Garden Plot,” Epic will offer the system in a software-as-a-service model that includes hosting, support, updates, and integrated third-party products.

Unison Behavioral Health (GA) has implemented Eleos Health’s AI-powered automated documentation software.


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San Antonio-based healthcare startup Betty’s Co. launches a mobile clinic offering young women gynecological and mental health services. The company also offers virtual care. Founder and CEO Jennifer Newell spent eight years at the Advisory Board Company before launching Betty’s Co. in 2020.


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