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Addiction recovery tech company MAP Health Management raises $25 million in a Series A round led by Aetna. Map, which offers virtual visit software and outcomes reporting to aid recovery after treatment, will use the money to expand its customer base beyond addiction recovery providers to primary and emergency care, and pharmacies.


Webinars

March 27 (Wednesday) 2:00 ET. “Waiting on interoperability: What can payers and providers do to collaborate?” Sponsored by Casenet. Presenter: Amy Simpson, RN, director of clinical solutions, Casenet. A wealth of data exists to identify at-risk patients and to analyze populations, allowing every payer and provider to operate readmissions intervention and care management programs. Still, payer and provider care managers are challenged to coordinate and collaborate to improve outcomes because of the long road ahead to interoperability. Attend this webinar to learn what payers and providers can do now to share information and to coordinate their efforts to create the best healthcare journey for members and patients.

Previous webinars are on our YouTube channel. Contact Lorre for information.


Announcements and Implementations

Nextech Systems adds Relatient’s patient engagement technology to its EHR and practice management software for specialty practices.

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Behavioral healthcare and community services provider Community Alliance (NE) selects the SmartCare integrated health IT platform from Streamline Healthcare Solutions.

DrChrono adds educational 3-D interactive modeling and animation videos from 3D4Medical to its EHR.


People

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Eye care health IT company Rev360 promotes Scott Filion to CEO, and Jamie Hughes to SVP of subsidiary Professional Eye Care Associates of America.


Other

“Picture a place where GPs are adored.” Providers at Temora Shire Council release the adorable, La La Land-inspired “Great Quack Quest” video in an effort to recruit new physicians to the small town in Australia. (The outtakes are just as fun.) Three of Temora’s eight physicians will retire within the next five years.


Sponsor Updates

    • Aprima will exhibit at the LHC Group Revenue Cycle Leadership Conference March 11-12 in New Orleans.
    • EClinicalWorks will exhibit at the AAPM Annual Meeting March 7-9 in Denver.

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