YORK – It has been confirmed that another COVID-related death has occurred in the Four Corners Health District.
- Cedar, a company that helps hospitals get paid, is buying similar startup Ooda for $425 million.
- It said that combining with Ooda would help it make paying medical bills easier for patients.
- The deal comes as hospitals’ uncompensated care continues to rise, hitting $41.6 billion in 2019.
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Two tech startups that help hospitals and doctors get paid are joining forces.
Cedar said Thursday that it’s buying Ooda Health for $425 million. Together they’ll be able to address many of the problems people face when paying for healthcare, Cedar said.
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