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Bardy Diagnostics™ Names Ed Vertatschitsch as Chief Operating Officer and Announces Additions to the Leadership Team

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Bardy Diagnostics, Inc., (“BardyDx”), a leading provider of ambulatory cardiac monitoring technologies and custom data solutions, including the Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (“CAM™”), the only P-wave centric™ ambulatory cardiac patch monitor and arrhythmia detection device, announced today the appointment of Ed Vertatschitsch as Chief Operating Officer effective January 2, 2020. With over 17 years in the medical device industry, Vertatschitsch will be responsible for leading all operations, research & development, and regulatory and quality affairs functions.

“We are pleased to have Ed Vertatschitsch join BardyDx’s executive team,” said Gust Bardy, MD, Bardy Diagnostics’ Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “Vertatschitsch brings a wealth of operational and development experience across the spectrum from early-stage to large-sized companies. We are thrilled to have him join our team as we continue to expand our product line and rapidly broaden our customer base.” Read More

Health Enterprise Partners Takes the ParityPledge® as Part of Its Commitment to Improving the Pathway for Women in Leadership Positions

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Health Enterprise Partners, a healthcare private equity firm, today announced it has taken the ParityPledge.® The ParityPledge asks that companies commit to interviewing at least one qualified woman candidate for every open position, vice president and above. The ParityPledge is an initiative of, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on bringing gender equality to the highest levels of business.

“The healthcare and private equity industries are both characterized by a dramatic underrepresentation of women in leadership positions and proven financial benefits associated with better gender representation. We are glad to take this small step towards achieving better gender equity and encourage our peers to do so as well,” said Ezra Mehlman, Managing Partner of Health Enterprise Partners. Read More

Twistle raises $16 million to automate patient engagement

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Twistle, a Seattle-based developer of a health care communication platform with automated workflows, today announced that it’s raised $16 million in series A funding led by Health Enterprise Partners (HEP) and MemorialCare Health System’s MemorialCare Innovation Fund (MCIF). The fresh funds bring the company’s total raised to $19.8 million, which CEO Kulmeet Singh said will bolster Twistle’s customer acquisition efforts in the provider and life sciences segments. Read More

Nordic Named one of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare – 2019 by Modern Healthcare

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Each year, our exciting Best Places to Work program identifies and recognizes outstanding employers in the healthcare industry on a national level. Being named one of Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare can have a tremendous impact on your organization, so if you think your organization has what it takes to stand out among some of the best, we invite your organization to participate and see whose named to the list next.
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Q&A with Greg Everett, CEO at Payer Compass

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In December 2018, HEP III made an investment in Payer Compass, a provider of healthcare reimbursement and cost containment software and services.

Greg Everett, President and CEO, has spent over 26 years in managed care and healthcare software and brings extensive knowledge and experience to both provider and payer organizations. Greg is focused on charting a path for better and more affordable care through thought leadership, innovation, and collaboration.

Payer Compass prices 2.5 million claims per month using the company’s software platform, VISIUM, in order to service more than 130 customers.  VISIUM manages claims for Medicare, Medicaid, commercial and reference-based pricing plans. Read More

AxiaMed Announces Direct Epic Integration for Superior Patient Payment Experience

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Industry-leading payments technology platform offers greater security, unmatched reliability, and streamlined patient payment processing for Epic users

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., July 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — AxiaMed today announced that Payment Fusion, its SaaS-based patient payment platform, is now directly integrated with Epic’s electronic health record and revenue cycle applications. With AxiaMed’s Payment Fusion, Epic users can improve their financial performance by accelerating patient payments and streamlining administrative workflows with secure, convenient credit/debit card processing and automated transaction reconciliation. Read More

Health Enterprise Partners Announces Promotion and New Hire

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Health Enterprise Partners (“HEP”), a healthcare private equity firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Elizabeth Colonna to Vice President and the hiring of Jessie Laurash as Senior Associate.

“Elizabeth has consistently exhibited the tenacity, sound judgement, determination, and passion for healthcare that are required to excel in this industry,” said Ezra Mehlman, Managing Partner of HEP. “She is a tremendous asset to our firm and its limited partners.” Read More

Bardy Diagnostics™ Selected as Winner of the MedTech Breakthrough Award For Best New Diagnostic Technology

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MedTech Breakthrough Announces Winners of the Annual MedTech Breakthrough Awards Program

MedTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global digital health and medical technology market, today announced the results of its 2019 MedTech Breakthrough Awards program, showcasing technologies and companies that drive innovation and exemplify the best in medical and health related technology solutions across the globe.

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Pregnancy App and Program Helps Give Expectant Mothers Peace of Mind

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When Diana Olsen, of Carver, Minnesota became pregnant for the second time, she was understandably nervous. In her own words, the 37-year-old was a hopeful mother on “high alert.”

Doctors warned Diana of potential risks with her advanced maternal age. She began taking insulin for gestational diabetes, but even more difficult, she struggled with deep grief for the baby she only briefly held in her arms. Read More