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Vatica Health Acquires CareSync’s Technology to Expand Value-Based Care Capabilities

Vatica Health acquires CareSync’s care coordination and chronic care management technology following a $1 million bid made last October.

Stanford Children’s Health CIO Ed Kopetsky Receives Healthcare CIO of the Year Award

CHIME and HIMSS honor Stanford Children’s Health CIO Ed Kopetsky with their CIO of the Year award.

Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on the agency’s new actions under the Pre-Cert Pilot Program to promote a more efficient framework for the review of safe and effective digital health innovations

The FDA releases a regulatory framework, test plan, and working model as part of the next phase of its Pre-Cert program for the review of digital health product applications.

EarlySense Completes $39 Million Financing Round to Accelerate Global Expansion of Contact-Free Sensing and Analytics Solution

Patient monitoring company EarlySense secures $39 million in a financing round led by Hill-Rom and Wells Fargo Strategic Capital.



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