HealthLeaders Media March 4, 2021
Jack O'Brien

The expansion was unveiled just over a week after Babylon, headquartered in London, announced three U.S.-based members to its C-suite.

Babylon Health, the U.K.-based health technology company, announced Thursday that it has expanded its value-based care model in California.

Babylon 360, the company’s AI-powered value-based care platform, is being extended in the Golden State by a “multi-million dollar investment” from FirstChoice Medicare Group, a Fresno-based organization that services 50,000 Medicare Advantage and Medi-Cal members.

As part of the arrangement, Babylon will be connected with nearly 180 primary care providers and 1,000 specialists in the state. The company added that its digital-first offering will now reach nearly 120,000 covered lives.

The company made a similar deal to roll out services across 10 counties in...

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