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NextImage Medical and WorkWell Become “WorkWell Prevention & Care”

Leaders in Workers’ Compensation Cost Containment and Workplace Injury Prevention Relaunch to Better Reflect Broadened Service Offering SAN DIEGO, CA — April 28, 2015 — NextImage Medical, Inc., a leading provider of cost containment solutions to employers and Workers’ compensation payors, today announced that it has relaunched as WorkWell Prevention & Care (WWPC). The newly…
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meQuilibrium Raises $9 Million Series B Financing

Resilience training platform offers approaches to beat stress
 and build resilience for large companies and their employees Wayne, PA and Boston, MA, April 16, 2015 – meQuilibrium, an online platform that beats stress, builds resilience and promotes healthy behavior, announced that it raised a $9 million Series B financing round led by Safeguard Scientifics (NYSE:SFE) with…
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Dr. Richard Vance Named CEO at Foundation Radiology

Foundation Radiology Group, one of the nation’s largest providers of radiology services to hospitals, has capped a year of growth in 2014 by appointing Dr. Richard Vance as Chief Executive Officer and board member. The Pittsburgh Business Times covered the news here. Vance Named CEO at Foundation Radiology Group By Patty Tascarella, Pittsburgh Business Times               …
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Nashville Business Journal Profiles MyHealthDirect

Portfolio company MyHealthDirect CEO Tom Cox and senior vice president of sales and client services, Ryan Lynch speak with the Nashville Business Journal to discuss the company’s growth strategy in the digital health world. The article was originally published here. With $8 million in hand, MyHealthDirect sees room to grow in digital health world By Eleanor…
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Chrysalis Ventures Partner Wright Steenrod Speaks With Insider Louisville About iSqFt Acquisition

The article below was originally published here. San Francisco company acquires Chrysalis Ventures portfolio operation iSqFt, which digitized construction bidding by Terry Boyd – Insider Louisville       10/9/14 Louisville-based Chrysalis Ventures has a history of funding and nurturing early stage software-as-a-service companies, or SaaS, on the way to big exits. In 2014, companies that build sophisticated…
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MyHealthDirect Raises $8 Million in Additional Capital to Further Scale its Patient Access Solutions

Funding from existing partners Chrysalis Ventures and Arboretum Ventures with new funding from Ares Capital Corporation NASHVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MyHealthDirect announced today its next round of growth funding to continue rapid expansion of its patient access solutions. Current partners, Chrysalis Ventures and Arboretum Ventures provided equity funding, and new partner, Ares Capital Corporation (NASDAQ:ARCC), provided a…
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iSqFt and BidClerk Combine to Offer Superior SaaS Solutions

CINCINNATI & CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–iSqFt and BidClerk have announced that they have finalized and closed a transaction that merges the two fastest-growing, most innovative SaaS companies in the commercial construction software segment. The combined company will result in the new iSqFt offering a unique array of products and services, allowing construction companies to take control, network,…
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David Jones Speaks With Health Plan Week

Health Insurers Track Startups for Ideas, Investment Amid Venture-Capital Boom By Patrick Connole, Managing Editor September 8, 2014Volume 24Issue 30 Venture capital is flowing into the digital health space at rates that by midyear 2014 had already eclipsed what was seen for all of last year, according to new industry data. That leaves health insurers to consider investments…
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Portfolio company GoNoodle featured in The Wall Street Journal

“The growing body of research connecting physical activity to improved cognition and better performance in school across different student populations is very exciting. With GoNoodle we have applied this research in a practical way to help teachers easily deliver short bursts of in-classroom physical activity to all students. We are encouraged by the consistent feedback from teachers…
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CEO: TiVo’s $135M buy of Durham’s Digitalsmiths is paying off

CEO: TiVo’s $135M buy of Durham’s Digitalsmiths is paying off By Lauren K. Ohnesorge                  Aug 27, 2014, 12:48pm EDT Digitalsmiths is driving revenue growth for TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO), the Silicon Valley media services firm that acquired the Durham company earlier this year for $135 million. And it could get more of an international push from…
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