Trilliant wraps $12M round

The leaders of data and analytics venture Trilliant Health on Tuesday said they have completed their Series A raise at $12 million and recruited an Atlanta firm with plenty of Nashville-area ties to lead it.

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Jordan Lipson
Trilliant Health Targets New Healthcare Providers by Raising Additional Growth Capital

Trilliant Health, an analytics company that empowers healthcare providers to create and execute data-driven strategies to maximize revenue and market share growth, today announced they have completed their Series A financing of over $12 million, consisting of more than $7 million of new equity capital, led by Noro-Moseley Partners, with participation from existing investors Martin Ventures, Nashville Capital Network, and NueCura Partners.

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Epson Expands Moverio Smart Glasses Portfolio and Brings Leading Augmented Reality Platform to Industrial Users

Epson, providers of the Moverio®augmented reality (AR) smart glasses platform, today announced both the availability of the new Moverio BT-350 ANSI Edition smart glasses, and the release of the Upskill® Skylight® AR platform on Moverio. The availability of Upskill's award-winning software with the new BT-350 ANSI Edition allows the Moverio platform to be used in a variety of commercial environments, with the goal of driving greater worldwide adoption of the technology.

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Theranos? Whatever. Healthcare Startups Have Raised $15 Billion So Far This Year

The torrid pace of healthcare dealmaking in the first six months of 2018 beats any year in a decade, according to an analysis conducted by Pitchbook for Forbes. So far in 2018, healthcare startups have raised $15 billion from venture capitalists, Pitchbook says, 70% more than in the same period last year. The number of companies splitting that cash pile has dropped, from 855 in the first six months of 2017 to 779 in the first half of 2018, meaning investors have chosen to make bigger bets in a smaller number of companies.

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5 payers launch blockchain partnership, chronic disease tech released and more during Q2

This quarter saw a handful of digital health stories regarding payers and their new digital offerings, especially in the area of diabetes care. However, the past few months also saw headlines regarding CMS payments, payer-backed investigations into novel technologies, and other moves from insurers looking to better leverage digital healthcare. Read on for MobiHealthNews’ roundup of payer news from Q2 2018.

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