March 2022 News

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March 2022 News

Job Openings

 

Lasso is hiring across departments. Lasso is the first and only omnichannel platform for healthcare marketing and analytics and a people-first and remote-first company. Learn more about their open roles and benefits here.

Garner is hiring for Head of Product Design and also seeking a strategic and mission-driven Sr. Recruiter to continually drive the growth. In addition to these roles, they are hiring across all teams and levels. See the full listings here.

 

 

Industry News

 

Antidote Health, a leading telehealth provider, has launched mental health services including medication management and treatment for the most common mental health conditions.

BDO’s 2022 Healthcare CFO Outlook Survey finds that despite battling burnout, boosting vaccine administration and managing compliance burdens, the industry is betting big on transformation — boldly investing in the future, even in a time of uncertainty. Explore the survey findings to discover healthcare CFOs’ upcoming plans — and problems — in the year ahead.

Deloitte’s Center for Health Solutions analyzed health tech investment trends and conducted interviews with healthcare leaders to find out how well organizations are leveraging this new business model. Click here to learn more about their findings.

GoMo Health, in collaboration with the Center for Brain Health is excited to release a new white paper on Maternal Brain Health in an Era of a Global Pandemic. This white paper discusses the effect the pandemic has had on moms, and how our brain health for maternal child health program provides proactive, easily actionable measures to help pre-natal and postnatal women both physically and psychologically. 

HealthCentral’s new Chronic + Sex Series is a one-stop source for intimacy info when dealing with illness and disability. If you’re among the 60% of people in this country who face some type of physical or cognitive disorder, being intimate with your partner presents a unique set of challenges. HealthCentral conducted a survey on the subject, read insights here from their community.

LUNGevity announced that Eugene Manley has joined as Director of Community Engagement. In this role, he will be creating a mentorship program for health equity scholars, developing webinars and an annual conference on lung cancer health equity and disparities, and working with community based groups and physicians to understand their needs and develop thought pieces, manuscripts, and advocate for minority, lgbtq, and other underserved communities in the lung cancer care continuum.

OPTT is excited to join the Morgan Stanley’s MCIL ecosystem as they continue to support mental health clinicians with their AI toolbox and digital care package.

PatientPoint recently announced a new collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and beyond bringing the voice of hip-hop legend Chuck D into exam rooms across the country to remind patients about the importance of colorectal cancer screening. The patient engagement leader is also highlighting female medical trailblazers across its nationwide platform for Women’s History Month.

Psycom Pro published a new special report on the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine and insights for mental health professionals that may be called upon to work with refugees from Ukraine. It is likely that such refugees will have had experienced direct exposure to warfare, loss or separation from family, life-threatening journeys to safety, guilt about those left behind, food and shelter scarcity for prolonged periods, and complexities with acculturation by the time they reach our offices. 

Thirty Madison has formally closed its deal with Nurx, making it the largest virtual specialty health company with over 750K patients. The partnership will allow for greater access to care while rapidly accelerating the use of Thirty Madison’s specialist-level care model. The company also named two new members to its Board of Directors: Andy Weissman, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures, and Regina Benjamin, MD, MBA, 18th U.S. Surgeon General.

Twiage CEO & Co-Founder John Hui was named to the Alumni Spotlight Top 100 Entrepreneurs of 2022.