Curation Health Announces Series A Financing from Deerfield Management Company and WindRose Health Investors

Curation Health has experienced 125% customer growth in the last six months

Healthcare providers and health plans continue prioritizing risk management and quality performance amid COVID-19

Curation Health — creators of an advanced clinical decision support platform for value-based care — has announced completion of a Series A financing for an undisclosed amount. The round was led by Deerfield Management Company and supported by existing investor WindRose Health Investors. Curation Health will use this latest funding for strategic hires to support continued customer growth, as well as expansion of services to clients that rely on the company’s platform to successfully manage risk contracts and improve quality.

Since March, Curation Health has experienced 125 percent growth in its client base of leading providers and health plans. Recently added customers include a major academic medical center in the Midwest, a nationally recognized risk-bearing physician group, and multiple new provider entities

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Canexia Health Closes Financing Round

Canexia Health (formerly known as Contextual Genomics), a Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based maker of cancer testing for treatment selection and monitoring for all cancer patients, received a new financing round from PacBridge Capital Partners (HK) Limited.

The amount of the deal was not disclosed.

The company intends to use the funds to propel long-term global growth and accelerate its product roadmap.

Led by Michael Ball, CEO, Canexia Health makes high-quality cancer genomic information accessible with clinically-validated assays, informatics, and support. Its suite of genomics-based cancer tests is clinically actionable and cost-effective, designed to improve cancer treatment and monitoring.

In the first half of 2020, the company increased commercial partner agreements with new deal with Genolife, AstraZeneca Canada, the Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association and Queen’s University.

Canexia Health also continues to expand the genomic content of its assays, including MSI and CNV content, as well as recently releasing updates to

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LA Fitness Weighs Financing With Lenders to Weather Gym Closures

(Bloomberg) — LA Fitness International LLC is weighing options including a capital raise to address its roughly $1.7 billion debt load and help it weather the Covid-19 pandemic, according to people with knowledge of the matter.



a sign in front of a brick building: A closed LA Fitness Ltd. gym stands in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., on Friday, April 24, 2020. Georgia's hair salons, tattoo parlors, bowling alleys, and other nonessential businesses were permitted to reopen on Friday, after Governor Brian Kemp announced earlier this week that he'd ease the state's stay-at-home order.


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A closed LA Fitness Ltd. gym stands in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., on Friday, April 24, 2020. Georgia’s hair salons, tattoo parlors, bowling alleys, and other nonessential businesses were permitted to reopen on Friday, after Governor Brian Kemp announced earlier this week that he’d ease the state’s stay-at-home order.

The fitness chain, operating under a forbearance agreement that expires Oct. 15, is aiming to reach a deal with lenders to address liquidity needs and keep the business going through the pandemic, said the people, who asked not to be named discussing a private matter. Lenders have organized with PJT Partners, which is representing them in talks with the company, the people added.

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