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Healthcare tech startup 98point6 raises $50M, led by Goldman Sachs, to expand its ‘virtual clinic’

Seattle-based 98point6 raises $50 million to expand its chat-powered “virtual primary care” unlimited service that costs a flat $20 per year for the first year, then $120 in following years.

Secret report raises questions about Queensland’s medical records system

In Australia, a report blames Cerner for May 2017 outages at seven Queensland Health hospitals, refuting the health system’s initial claim that the downtime was caused by ransomware.

EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati executive launches tech firm to prevent suicide

Mason, OH-based Clarigent Health will commercialize technology developed by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital that assesses suicide risk by analyzing conversations between patients and their therapists or doctors.

LabCorp Enables Health Records on iPhone

LabCorp adds support for Apple Health Records, which will allow patients to send their lab results to their IPhones.

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