Morning Headlines 6/28/22
PicnicHealth raises a $60m Series C to expand patient-centered real-world data
PicnicHealth, which uses patient-reported data to build datasets for research, raises $60 million in a Series C investment round that brings its total funding to over $100 million.
Nomad Health Raises $105 Million to Expand to New Specialties and Address Healthcare Staffing Crisis
Nomad Health will use $105 million in new funding to expand its online healthcare jobs marketplace beyond travel nursing to include physical therapists, and laboratory and ultrasound technicians.
Siemens to buy U.S. software company Brightly in $1.58 bln deal
Siemens will acquire maintenance asset management software Brightly, whose solutions are used in hospitals, offices, schools, and factories, for $1.6 billion.
Cue Health to Lay Off 170 People
App-enabled at-home and point-of-care testing company Cue Health, which went public last year at a nearly $2.5 billion valuation, will reportedly lay off 170 employees.
Re: "People preferred the [patient] portal over the telephone for getting test results, updating personal information, getting medical records copies,…