Carbon Health, which combines traditional brick and mortar clinics with telehealth, received a $100 million Series D funding round led by CVS Health Ventures. The announcement came three days after the company’s CEO, Eren Bali said it had trimmed its employee base by 8% or approximately 200 employees.
Paytient, a health payment accounts company, has secured $40.5 million in a Series B funding round. Of the $40 million, $33 million comes in the form of equity funding led by Mercato Partners, while $7.5 million is via debt funding. The capital will be used to increase scale and develop new products, Paytient said in a release.
LeanTaaS, a healthcare AI company, acquired Hospital IQ, a provider of automation solutions for hospitals. The combined acquisition brings the combined company to unicorn status. The two companies have contracts with more than 180 health systems, it said in a release. It comes six months after Bain Capital Private Equity acquired a majority stake in LeanTaaS for an undisclosed price
Peppy, a gender specific healthcare employee benefits company, raised around $45 million in a Series B round that will allow it to expand to the United States. The London-based company’s round was led by Albion Capital. The company connects users via live chat and virtual consultations to providers. The service is free for users via their employer. The company currently serves 1.5 million people and boasts enterprise customers like Accenture Adobe and Disney in the U.K.
More deals and funding rounds:
Wisdo Health, a social health network platform, raised $5 million in a Series A funding round.
Array Behavioral Care, a virtual psychiatry and therapy practice platform, nabbed $25 million in a funding round.
Alira Health, a clinical research and technology company, secured $58 million in funding.
Qritive, a developer of AI-powered workflow software for pathologists, raised $7.5 million in a Series A round.
CARI Health, a remote medication monitoring company, closed $2.3 million in a seed round.
Lapsi Health, clinical decision support company, raised $3.7 million in seed funding.
CRISPR QC, a healthcare data analytics platform, raised a $1.6 million seed round.
Nest Genomics, a genomics software company, nabbed a seed round worth $8.5 million.
ModifyHealth, a remote patient monitoring platform, raised $10 million in Series B funding.
Censinet, a healthcare risk management company, raised $9 million.
Telesair, a medical device company, raised $22 million in a Series A round.
Inflow, a digital, mental health programs company, closed $11 million Series A funding.
Huma Theraputics, a digital health company, announced it was acquiring Alcedis GmbG, a clinical research and technology company. As part of the deal, Huma will form a digital solution for traditional, hybrid and decentralized clinical trials.
RSi, a revenue cycle management company, acquired Invicta Health Solutions, a healthcare finance company.
Avel eCare, a provider of clinician-to-clinician telemedicine services, acquired NightWatch, a remote pharmacy services company.
Kaufman, Hall & Associates, a healthcare consulting and advisory company, entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Gist Healthcare, a healthcare consulting firm.
Ferrum Health, a healthcare artificial intelligence platform developer, raised $6 million in a funding round.
Oula, a virtual and in-person maternity clinic care company, raised a $19.1 million Series A funding round.
Sena Health, a virtual care company providing healing at Home, wellness, and employee health benefit programs, raised an undisclosed funding round.
If there is a digital health funding or M&A deal that we missed from this past week here, please email us.
Digital Health Business & Technology’s data team contributed to this roundup.