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Cancer care support company Thyme Care raises $60 million in a Series B funding round, bringing its total raised to $82 million.

The company’s technology includes its Thyme Box care management platform, developed in-house to manage and coordinate care, and source social support services.

Co-founder and CEO Robin Shah hales from OneOncology and Flatiron Health, while co-founder, President, and CMO Bobby Green, MD also spent time at Flatiron Health.


August 24 (Thursday) 2 ET. “RCM analytics in action: How to use your data to drive decisions + revenue.” Sponsor: Waystar. Presenter: Laura Tungate, solution strategist team lead, Waystar. This webinar will describe how to use RCM analytics to take control of your data even if you use outdated or multiple tools. Attendees will learn how to target improvements, describe the KPIs that are key to revenue cycle leaders, prioritize dashboards that spotlight organizational goals and build alignment, and how and when to apply RCM analytics to go from analysis to action faster.

Previous webinars are on our YouTube channel. Contact Lorre to present or promote your own.

Announcements and Implementations


Entira Family Clinics implements EClinicalWorks Cloud across its 10 facilities in Minnesota.

Quest Diagnostics will sunset its Quanum EHR at the end of this year, corresponding with the winding down of the company’s Quanum Practice Solutions business.


AI-powered identity verification company Vouched announces GA of new patient verification solutions for virtual care providers.

Oak Street Health will leverage Strive Health’s value-based kidney care services, including its CareMultiplier data aggregation and standardization technology. Oak Street was acquired earlier this year by CVS Health, which invested in Strive’s $166 million Series C funding round around the same time.

Research and Innovation

A survey of 1,000 patients finds that independent physician practices are typically chosen over retail clinics because of their ability to offer stronger personal connections, higher quality of care, and in-person availability. Surveyed patients indicate they prefer retail and urgent care clinics when in need of quicker care, with easier access to appointments, faster examinations, and shorter wait times cited as top benefits.

Sponsor Updates

  • The Connecticut Institute for Communities deploys population health solutions from EClinicalWorks.
  • Nordic posts a new episode of its podcast, “Designing for Health: Interview with Matt Sakumoto, MD.”

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