Itochu, Qualcomm, Hearst, Catholic Health Initiatives, TriZetto and IBM are all set to exit the health plan platform developer.
Health plan provider Virgin Pulse has agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to acquire Welltok, a US-based healthcare management software developer backed by a range of corporate investors. Welltok runs a health-based software platform that uses data analytics to create personalised healthcare plans for individuals. Its offering is intended to complement Virgin Pulse’s existing platform…
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