health tech

Frisco’s Magellan Health Announces Market Leadership Appointments

by | Sep 15, 2023

Frisco-based Magellan Health Inc. appointed Arthur Hennig as senior vice president, chief business officer, payer markets, and Sara Pierce as senior vice president, chief business officer, employer market.

The company said that in their roles, Hennig and Pierce will lead the strategic development, management, and growth of key Magellan markets.

“Art and Sara are proven, forward-thinking leaders who bring tremendous depth, expertise, and strategic thinking to Magellan Health,” Magellan Health CEO Derrick Duke said in a statement....

How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Dentistry
by | Aug 4, 2021
From patient care to office operations, artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to improve dental care.
Dallas’ Take Command Health Raises $12M in Series A Funding to Capitalize on Demand for More Flexible Health Benefits
by | Apr 28, 2021
The round will enable the health reimbursement arrangements administrator to grow its team and launch new products. Take Command, which has the industry's first end-to-end Individual Coverage HRA solution, wants to propel a new model of health insurance forward.
MyTelemedicine telehealth startup McKinney innovation fund
Fast-Growing Telehealth Startup Expands HQ With McKinney EDC Innovation Fund Grant
by | Oct 12, 2020
The incentive-based innovation fund, launched just this year, continues to fuel the growth of tech startups in McKinney. The latest is MyTelemedicine, a SaaS platform that powers modern remote healthcare technologies.

Fort Worth-based eRx Network is Bought Back by Change Healthcare for $219M After McKesson Split

by | May 11, 2020
After merging with McKesson, Change Healthcare spun out eRx Network to former shareholders. When McKesson exited, Change Healthcare had the option to buy the Fort Worth company, which serves more 59,000 pharmacies, back.
Take Command Health Hires Kyle Estep as its Business Development Director
by | May 6, 2020
The Dallas health tech startup says the move comes as health reimbursement arrangements continue to accelerate in popularity.