Voalte announces Series C funding; WLSA CEO addresses confusion in health marketplace;

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> Sarasota, Fla.-based healthcare communication technology company Voalte recently announced a $36 million Series C investment led by private equity firm Bedford Funding. According to Forbes, total funding for the enterprise mobile health venture is now about $48 million. Article

> In a recent interview with iMedicalApps, Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance CEO Robert McCray says confusion in the health marketplace about validation will be the next priority for his organization. "How do we address the issues that prevent consumers and institutions from adopting [digital health solutions]?" McCray asks. "There are thousands of offerings. What can work? Who will pay for what? Interview

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> When it comes to hospital mergers and acquisitions, technology and informatics processes often times may become afterthoughts as financial and business objectives win priority. To that end, Joseph Schneider, VP and CMIO for the north division of Baylor Scott & White Health in Dallas, stresses the importance of both education and patience. Article

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> Health systems and hospitals can learn a lot from Google's use of data to create an organizational culture that drives employee engagement and satisfaction, according to a Becker's Hospital Review article. Article

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