CareBridge launches operations to improve care to patients receiving long-term support services

CareBridge, a new healthcare company aimed at improving care for patients receiving long-term support services (LTSS), has launched. CareBridge received more than $35 million in funding from venture capital firm Oak HC/FT, Google Ventures and other strategic investors and was formed in part by its acquisition of HealthStar and Sinq Technologies, two LTSS technology companies.

Waller assisted with CareBridge's equity financing as well as its acquisitions.

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