Mergers & Acquisitions
Monthly Update: HIMSS Media Editor in Chief Jonah Comstock recaps some of the biggest trends and stories from April, including insurtech news, Fitbit studies and telehealth being called into question.
This week's top stories include the Patient ID Now coalition releasing a framework for protecting patient information, President Biden sharing his goal to lower ACA premiums, and Accolade moving into the telemedicine space.
This week's top stories include a House bill that would expand virtual care access beyond the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, DarioHealth acquiring Upright, and the AHA asking CMS to withdraw the most favored nation model interim final rule.
Athenahealth SVP and Chief Product Officer Paul Brient predicts telehealth visits will even out, IPOs will continue and venture eyes will remain on digital health in 2021.
Optum, Change join forces while Haven pulls the plug; patient engagement tools can speed vaccine rollout
This week's top stories include Optum and Change creating a healthcare powerhouse; Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase's joint venture calling it quits; and patient engagement tech's role in streamlining the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
This week's top stories include the ONC offering new funding for state and local HIE innovation, a decline in healthcare M&A transactions and Medtronic's plans to buy connected insulin pen startup Companion Medical.
Health 2.0 Conference cofounders Matthew Holt and Indu Subaiya look at notable digital health funding developments and give their predictions of what will come next.