StartUPDATES: New developments from healthcare startups

Check out new developments from HealthMine, Kiiio, Cured, Hinge Health and more.

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HealthMine’s EVP of Consulting and Professional Services Melissa Smith shared a timely industry update highlighting key learnings for Medicare Advantage plans from the Second Plan Preview of 2022 Star Ratings. Check out the article to learn her top takeaways.

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Kiio announced this week it is offering direct-to-consumer access to their platform via a partnership with Walgreens FindCare. Kiio, a digital musculoskeletal (MSK) therapy leader, announced that individuals may access its joint pain management and prevention solution through Walgreens Find Care®, available on the Walgreens app and at

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Hinge Health has acquired wrnch, a developer of a computer vision platform for measuring human motion. Its three-dimensional motion-tracking technology enables precise tracking of full-body movement used for elite athletes and the motion picture industry. Hinge Health claimed that this deal gives it the largest computer vision team in digital health.

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Cured, a healthcare digital marketing and customer relationship management platform, has closed an oversubscribed $10 million Series A funding round. DNA Capital led the round, which also included participation from new investors CU Healthcare Innovation Fund and UCHealth. Existing investors High AlphaWaterline VenturesMatchstick Ventures, and Headwater Ventures also participated.

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Health IT company SymphonyRM has rebranded as Actium Health.

Actium CEO Michael Linnert said of the name change: “Our new name reinforces that our solutions drive action. They are based on a health system’s data, which differentiates us from others who use national models and databases. Each individual is unique in their needs, as is every region across the country. With our new name, we are renewing our dedication to our healthcare organization partners, their patients and communities and achieving improved healthcare communications.”

Earlier this year, Actium announced that it secured $25 million in Series B funding.

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