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Direct-to-consumer telemedicine company Thirty Madison will expand into sleep care with the launch of a new brand dubbed River. Similar to competitors Hims and Hers Health, the company offers online consults and prescription delivery for conditions including hair loss, sexual and reproductive health, skin conditions, allergies, and migraines. It has raised $210 million since launching in 2017.
Hims and Hers Health hires former Cleveland Clinic executive Scott Knoer (Knoer Enterprises) as its first Chief Pharmacy and Innovation Officer.
Announcements and Implementations
Community Technology Cooperative wraps up its year-long implementation of Epic at 10 FQHCs in Massachusetts. Two more clinics will go live on Epic with help from CTC in 2023.
Morris Heights Health Center *NY) will use The Garage’s Bridge population health management software.
The local news profiles Greg Ciliberti, MD a semi-retired primary care physician who substitutes in his local public school system and donates his earnings back to the classroom. He is currently subbing for (and donating paychecks to) a teacher who will be out for several weeks recovering from a car accident. “I’d love the kids to know that there are adults who they’ve never met before who actually care about them and their futures,” he says. “That would be something I would love to see.”
- TigerConnect appoints former Cooper University Health Care CEO Adrienne Kirby to its board.
- Healthwise announces that it has been recognized by Avia Connect as a top company in patient education.
- CIO Guide to EHR Integration (TigerConnect)
- 5 keys to a healthy Community Connect host-affiliate partnership (Nordic)
More news: HIStalk.