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Built In announced that Carrum Health was honored in its 2022 Best Places To Work Awards. Specifically, Carrum Health was recognized as a Best Small Company to Work For (#3), Best Paying Company (#19) and Best Place to Work (#38) in Chicago, and as a Best Small Company to Work For (#6) in San Francisco.

“Recognition as a best place to work in both the Bay Area and Chicago is an achievement we at Carrum Health are very proud of — especially given that we tripled our workforce while our entire team worked remotely over this past year,” said Dan Nardi, chief operating officer at Carrum Health. “We strive to offer benefits and a culture that appeals to employees, while recognizing their value to our organization. I am thrilled to see our name listed in such good company as a place where employees want to be.”

Healthmine‘s EVP of Consulting Melissa Smith recently broke open her treasure-trove of insights about the 2022 Star Ratings and summarized what areas for improvement Medicare Advantage plans should prioritize this year. As you refine your work plan, watch a recording of her session at Strategic Solutions Network Medicare Star Ratings & Quality Assurance Summit and get her expert guidance about the future of Stars.

To watch it, click here.

Quartet Health, a platform designed to make it easier for people to get mental health care for them and track the quality of their care, has hired Jay Meyers as Chief Growth Officers. Meyers previously served as CEO of Wellvana Health and Chief Growth & Marketing Officer for  Anthem’s Diversified Business Group.

To read more, click here.

CRIO, a Boston-based health tech company that seeks to streamline clinical trials for sponsors, sites and patients, has closed a $9 million Series B round.

Abbhi Capital led the round with participation from Rally Ventures and NXT Ventures. CRIO plans to use the funds to expand its product, engineering and business development teams to develop and market products.

CRIO focuses on streamlining regulatory workflows with one source of clinical data capture. The company’s modules allow sites to capture data electronically in real time, providing data managers and monitors with enhanced transparency, and enabling remote monitoring by sponsors and CROs.

To read more, click here.

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