STAT July 13, 2021
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Truveta scores $95 million, adds hospital partners

Truveta, a company formed to aggregate patient data for medical research, has attracted three new hospital partners: MedStar Health in Washington D.C.; and the Dallas-area providers Baylor Scott & White and Texas Health Resources. It now counts as members 17 large health systems with operations in 40 states, and has raised $95 million in Series A funding. That’s an impressive haul on both fronts, but the company faces a series of extremely big challenges in the months ahead. Casey has the full story.

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