Health Catalyst, which counts several care providers as investors, has raised $182m in its initial public offering, with its share price shooting up more than 50% on the first day of trading.

Health Catalyst, a US-based healthcare data analytics software provider backed by care consortium Kaiser Permanente and healthcare and insurance provider UPMC, raised $182m in its initial public offering yesterday. The company increased the number of shares in the offering from 6 million to 7 million and priced them at $26 each, above its $20 to…

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