CareCentrix, Kaiser Permanente and Nationwide have all returned to take part in a round for the remote care technology provider, lifting its overall funding to $95m.

US-based in-home care technology developer Vesta Healthcare secured $65m in funding on Tuesday from investors including insurance firm Nationwide and healthcare providers CareCentrix and Kaiser Permanente. Investment firm Deerfield Management Company led the round, which included Epstein Partners, Generator Ventures, K2 HealthVentures, Lux Capital, Oak HC/FT and an unnamed additional investor. Kaiser Permanente participated through…

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