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Peer-Reviewed Journal Publishes Study of CareSignal Platform

The peer-reviewed medical journal Surgery has published a study of the effectiveness of Nueterra Capital portfolio company CareSignal‘s deviceless remote patient monitoring in post-operative opioid stewardship. During the study over 80% of patients engaged with more than half of all messages and at the end of the study, only 3.2% of the patients requested a refill of their initial opioid prescription. The study’s authors concluded that platforms like CareSignal can reliably track patients’ opioid use post-discharge and can be effective in developing standardized prescription practices.

HealthJoy Founder, CEO Quoted in Article About Vaccine Incentives

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Justin Holland, the founder and CEO of Nueterra Capital portfolio company HealthJoy, was recently interviewed for Human Resource Executive’s article “What new EEOC vaccine incentive guidance means for HR leaders.” Holland, along with employment attorneys and a senior research analyst from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), weighed in on the variety and effectiveness of incentives. “It’s pretty clear that there is no scenario for most companies where employees are returning unvaccinated to the office in 2021,” said Holland, whose benefit company works with about 700 employers.

Moving Analytics Announces Partnership with Health Insurer CDPHP

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Moving Analytics | A Nueterra Capital Portfolio Company

Nueterra Capital portfolio company Moving Analytics announced today that it will partner with insurance health plan CDPHP to provide CDPHP members in need of cardiac rehab services access to Movn, Moving Analytics’ virtual cardiac rehabilitation program. Currently, less than 10% of CDPHP members complete their cardiac rehab, and CDPHP anticipates that Movn will help them reach a compliance goal of 70% or more. This is the latest big announcement from Moving Analytics since they completed their Series Seed-2 funding round in April.

Homebase Will Partner with Allegion to Serve Canadian Multifamily Residential Market

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Homebase | A Nueterra Capital Portfolio Company

Through a new partnership, Allegion brand Schlage will now provide door hardware for Homebase’s smart access control integration in the Canadian market. Allegion is a global leader in security products and solutions, and Schlage is specifically known for producing lock systems that resist break-ins. The Homebase Resident App allows residents to access their units and building common areas with their smartphone, even remotely. You can read more about the partnership between Nueterra Capital portfolio company Homebase and Allegion on Homebase’s website.

Healium and T-Mobile Partner on Honor Flights

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Nueterra Capital portfolio company Healium has partnered with T-Mobile to expand its work with Central Missouri Honor Flights and give more veterans the opportunity to virtually visit their memorials. Since 2013, Healium has provided thousands of aging veterans the chance to virtually visit their memorials from their bedside, wheelchair, or assisted living center. Through the partnership with T-Mobile, more veterans living in rural or remote locations will be able to experience a visit to the World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, the United States Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial), or the USS Nimitz. You can read more about Healium’s partnership with T-Mobile in Startland News.

Healium Partners with U.S. Air Force to Help Military Service Members

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Logo for Healium, a Nueterra Capital portfolio company

Nueterra Capital portfolio company Healium has partnered with the United States Air Force to provide its “drugless” therapy solution to military service members undergoing or at risk of a mental health crisis. Healium’s patented kit includes a sanitized virtual reality headset that allows users to not only quickly manage short-term episodes of stress and anxiety, but also to begin to change their responses to stress over the longer term. You can read more about the Healium’s partnership with the Air Force in Startland News.

HealthJoy Releases 2021 Employee Benefits Insights Report

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Nueterra Capital portfolio company HealthJoy today released its 2021 Employee Benefits Insight Report, based on responses from over 1,000 consumers with employer-sponsored benefits. “We hope this report aids industry leaders and decision-makers as they shape the next era of employee healthcare and benefits,” said HealthJoy founder and CEO Justin Holland in a release. You can read more about the company’s research and access the full report on HealthJoy’s website.

Dr. Karoline Hilu Joins HealthJoy Board of Directors

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Nueterra Capital portfolio company HealthJoy has appointed Karoline Hilu, MD, MBA to its Board of Directors. Dr. Kilu’s expertise in the emerging healthcare market will help HealthJoy accelerate the company’s strategic vision of creating a simple healthcare experience. “As someone dedicated to pursuing the future of health technology, I’m excited by how valuable the combination of a consumer-savvy team and a data-enabled platform can be for end-users,” Hilu said in a press release. HealthJoy, a digital benefits experience platform, was recently named to CB Insights “The Fintech 250” list.

Moving Analytics Raises $6M in Series Seed-2 Round

Moving Analytics | A Nueterra Capital Portfolio Company

Moving Analytics | A Nueterra Capital Portfolio Company

Nueterra Capital portfolio company Moving Analytics announced that it has raised $6M in a Series Seed-2 round, bringing total funding received to date to $9.5M. The additional funding will be used to expand the company’s virtual cardiac rehabilitation program Movn for both existing and new patients. Moving Analytics is positioning itself to take advantage of rapid growth opportunities arising from increased interest in telehealth services. In Q1 the company appointed Omada Health President Adrian James to its board of directors and Moving Analytics co-founder Ade Adesanya was named to Pitchbook‘s list of “Black Founders and Investors to Watch.”