Health IT Business News Roundup for the Week of April 24, 2015

April 25, 2015 in News

MA, Financial Reports and Funding

Oscar Insurance, an insurer with technology-driven services, has raised $145 million in a funding round with participation from multiple investors…MyTime, a provider of mobile appointment scheduling services, has raised $9 million in a funding round with participation from multiple investors…BurstIQ, a health IT vendor, has raised about $250,000 in seed funding from PV VenturesVoalte, a provider of smartphone-based clinical communication tools, has raised $10 million in a funding round with participation from multiple investors.

Contracts

Clay-Platte Family Medicine Clinic in Kansas City has selected ALR Technologies‘ remote chronic care management services…the New York State Department of Health has selected Xerox‘s Medicaid management information system…St. Luke’s University Health Network in Pennsylvania and New Jersey has selected Strata Decision Technology‘s financial analytics services…Mount Sinai Health System in New York has selected InterSystems‘ interoperability services…the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT has extended its contract with the Health Information Technology Extension Center for Los Angeles to provide EHR adoption and management services in Los Angeles County.

Product Development and Marketing

Liaison Technologies, a provider of cloud-based integration and data management services, has integrated its lab and imaging test ordering and reporting tools with SigmaCare‘s EHR…HealthPrize Technologies, a provider of medication adherence and patient engagement services, has partnered with MeadWestvaco, a global packaging company, to develop a medication adherence program…eCaring, a provider of care disease management services, has partnered with Samsung Business Services to develop tablet-based disease management technology…FDA has integrated its consumer updates with Healthline.com, a health information content provider…Factom, a blockchain technology provider, has partnered with software vendor HealthNautica to develop tamper-proof data management tools for medical records.

Personnel

Joseph Luttrell, a former consultant to the South Carolina HHS, has joined management service provider CSG Government Solutions‘ Healthcare and Human Services practice… Ahmed Haque, director of programs and engagement at ONC, has been named executive director of Aledade, an accountable care consulting firm…Kareem Saad, former director of health care and life sciences solutions sales at Dell, has been named vice president of strategy and business development Source Medical, a provider of revenue cycle management services; Dennis Martineau, former vice president of payer and life sciences solutions development at Allscripts, has been named executive vice president of product development at Source Medical; Jonathan Isaacs, former senior vice president and general manager of NextGen Healthcare‘s hospital solutions unit, has been named executive vice president and general manager of Source Medical’s surgery division; Dan Trott, former worldwide imaging leader at Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences, has been named vice president of surgery sales at Source Medical; Britt Denning, former senior director of operations NextGen Healthcare’s hospital solutions unit, has been named vice president of commercial operations at Source Medical.

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