November 17, 2015
ClearCare has raised an undisclosed amount from McKesson Ventures for its cloud-based home care platform. The company has previously raised $15.5 million. ClearCare raised a seed round in November 2012.
Existing investors include Bessemer Venture Partners, Cambia Health Solutions, Voyager Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, and Harbor Pacific Capital.
“With the rapidly aging baby boomer generation...
August 5, 2015
Boston-based healthcare analytics company Care at Hand has raised $560,000. The round was led by strategic investor PCG Public Partnerships, a financial management services firm that helps state, county, and local public agencies to implement a participant-directed service model so they can make personalized choices about which services they receive within their budgets.
Care at Hand offers a...
April 8, 2015
Less than a month after announcing its deal with Cerner, health data company Validic has announced another EHR vendor customer, Westwood, Massachusetts-based Meditech. The deal will bring mobile health device integration to more than 2,400 Meditech customer institutions.
“Today's healthcare environment is value-based and outcome-driven, which means healthcare providers need to evaluate every...
January 13, 2014
CellTrak is an example of the kind of technology being used in the Aetna Better Care/Addus Health Pilot.
Illinois' Integrated Care Program (ICP), a Medicaid-backed home care program run by Aetna Better Health (a regional Aetna Medicaid program in Illinois) and Addus Home Care, will begin equipping home care aides with smartphones in a small pilot.
The ICP was launched by the Illinois...
December 5, 2013
Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced a number of incremental changes to how they will cover telehealth services in 2014. The American Telemedicine Association spends a lot of effort each year pushing CMS toward incremental change and wider coverage of telehealth. For 2014, the ATA sees a few important changes coming for Medicare patients...
November 27, 2012
Qualcomm Ventures is one of several investors in the first round of funding for ClearCare, a San Francisco-based company that provides a front- and back-end online software platform for the home care industry. ClearCare raised $4.6 million in combined seed and first round funds from Qualcomm and venture firms Voyager Capital and Harbor Pacific Capital. Voyager led the round. The 2-year-old...