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TissueTech, Inc. receives $15 million in growth equity financing from River Cities and Ballast Point.
Lattice Engines, the leading provider of predictive marketing and sales applications, today announced it has closed a $28 million Series D financing round. River Cities Capital Funds and Piper Jaffray Merchant Banking led the round.
Patient Trailblazer, Blakely Murphy, her mother, Dawn and Dr. Ron Young from St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, were featured on the Emmy Award winning daytime medical show, The Doctors.
Enforcement actions against non-compliant community financial institutions rose sharply in the first quarter of 2015, mainly due to increased regulatory oversight as more Dodd-Frank Act rules take effect, and because of an increased emphasis on anti-money laundering violations.
Back in late March, Canvas conducted its 2nd annual survey to better understand this. Check out the slides here for the top 5 most interesting takeaways.
Advanced Practice Strategies, Inc. (APS), provider of an e-learning and talent management platform for clinicians, announced today that Summation Health Ventures (SHV) has joined River Cities Capital Funds and Ascension Ventures in a private investment in APS.
SurgiQuest, Inc., a leading provider of innovative access technologies for minimally invasive surgery (MIS), today announced the appointment of Jaime Landman, M.D. as Chief Medical Director of the Company.
“Now is the time to initiate a local marketing strategy…” That’s a key takeaway from a new report from Forrester Research, “The Local Marketing Opportunity.” In the report, analyst Shar VanBoskirk and researcher Collin Colburn urge marketers to amp up their local marketing in order to achieve benefits such as generating brand awareness and driving customers to brand locations.
Hospitals and health systems today face a range of complex challenges as they take on new levels of risk and innovate around different models of care. But a new survey identifies a much more fundamental problem to improving population health – doctors and nurses struggling to get in touch with each other to coordinate care among themselves and with their patients.