DENVER , Aug. 23, Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.
Paladina Health has expanded its delivery of innovative primary care services to more patients in partnership with UnitedHealthcare and the State of Colorado bringing additional services to State Employees in Fort Collins, Grand Junction and Sterling Areas.
Teilen Drucken DENVER , Aug. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of health care that improves patient care and satisfaction, today announced it has closed a $165 million growth equity funding round led by existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation from new investors Oak HC/FT , Alta Partners , Greenspring Associates and other strategic investors.
Panelists Urge Future Family Docs to Transform Health Care July 31, 2017 04:51 pm Kansas City, Mo. – The AAFP's 2017 National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students commenced here July 27 with an enthusiastic crowd attending the opening main stage event. The session, a panel discussion titled "Disrupting the Status Quo: Clinical Innovation in Primary Care," was sponsored by the Health is Primary (healthisprimary.org) campaign from Family Medicine for America's Health.
Congress, set health-care course that covers more people Updated: June 15, 2017 — 2:17 PM EDT 623 Share by Ralph W. Muller The doors of America’s teaching hospitals are open to all, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Few other industries can make the same claim.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. — First came the Affordable Care Act, then the American Health Care Act — time and again, politicians talk about controlling health care costs but end up missing the point. Based on the historical rate of inflation, health care spending could consume nearly 50 percent of gross domestic product in 30 years — an unsustainable trend that can’t be solved through changing the insurance landscape.
Christina Costanzo was 32 when she had her first heart attack. It all started on a Friday.
"I had chest pain. I had pain in my jaw, pain going down my left arm. I had some shortness of breath," Costanzo recalls.
But Costanzo who is a nurse practitioner in New Haven, Conn., didn't realize right away that these were symptoms of a heart attack. She figured this was just her body reacting to stress, and she didn't want to overreact.