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Population Health Management Weekly Wrap Up 8/14/16

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Sue Powers (Array Health) joins Virtual Health as senior vice president of sales.

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Predictive analytics vendor CareSkore raises $4.3 million in its initial funding round. The company’s product analyzes EHR inpatient data to assess a patient’s clinical and financial risk. The startup, which bills itself as a “predictive population health management” company, graduated from Y Combinator earlier this year.

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Lee Memorial Health System (FL) brings Aegis Health Group on board to help evaluate its employer-directed population health strategy. The group will help LMHS determine the best plan of attack in reaching out to local employers and assisting with employee care needs.

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Reston, VA-based Altruista Health brings on Greg Jensen (Colorado Access) as vice president of business intelligence, Bob Kalchthaler (Virtacore Systems) as CFO, and Eric Tryon (UnitedHealthcare) (not pictured) as vice president of product management. The company also promoted Mike McKitterick to executive vice president of implementation.

Multispecialty Signature Medical Group and managed care services company Heritage Medical Systems partner to form Missouri Collaborative Healthcare, a population health management venture that will serve patients along Missouri’s I-70 corridor. The collaborative will provide local PCPs with access to high-risk case managers, specialty clinics, hospitalists and post-transitional care, and pharmacist and social services.


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