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Virtual eating disorder treatment company Equip Health raises $35 million, according to a recent securities filing.


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Acquisitions, Funding, Business, and Stock


Virtual physical therapy provider Hinge Health lays off 170 employees, 10% of its staff, as it prepares for an IPO. The San Francisco-based company has raised $828 million since launching nine years ago. Its most recent funding round occurred in 2021.



Parsley Health names Chris Ricaurte (VillageMD) co-CEO, alongside founder and current Co-CEO Robin Berzin, MD.


Jim Murray (Centene) joins VillageMD as president and COO.

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Array Behavioral Care names Patrick Williamson (Netgain Technology) CIO and Christy Kisner (SpecialtyCare) COO.

Announcements and Implementations

Community Health Network implements Notable Health’s AI capabilities for automating chart review, care gap scheduling, and pre-visit planning across its 200 care sites in Indiana.

Sea Mar Community Health Centers (WA) will implement a variety of Health Catalyst analytics software and leverage the company’s professional services.


Lakes Region Mental Health Center (NH) will replace its Essentia EHR from Netsmart with the vendor’s MyAvatar behavioral health EHR June 1.


Goodtime Family Care in Baltimore implements Sunoh.ai’s medical AI scribe software.

Radiology Imaging Associates selects AbbaDox’s CareFlow RIS software.


Seattle-based ZoomCare will roll out Athenahealth across its 50 neighborhood clinics.

Government and Politics


The FTC bans virtual alcohol addiction treatment company Monument from sharing patient health data with third-party advertising sites. Monument allegedly shared the highly sensitive data of 84,000 patients with advertisers including Meta and Google without their consent, despite publishing privacy policies to the contrary.



Family Medicine in Albuquerque scrambles to treat patients in the dark after thieves cause a power outage while stripping a nearby transformer of copper wire. The practice was without power for several days, cutting exam room availability from 15 to five while relying on lanterns, work lights, and good old fashioned daylight. The thieves, offenders well known to local authorities, were apprehended within a few days.

Sponsor Updates

  • PerfectServe partners with TeamBuilder to offer its predictive staff scheduling platform in conjunction with its Lightning Bolt provider scheduling software.
  • Healthcare Choices NY uses the EClinicalWorks EHR and Healow no-show prediction AI model to reduce its no-show rate, increase revenue, and improve patient care.

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