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Sutter Health invests $8.15M in telehealth company
Sacramento Business Journal

Sutter Health has invested $8.15 million in a Florida telehealth company called MDLive — and plans to explore how to use distance technology to improve patient access to non-emergency care. The investment is part of $23.6 million round of funding MDLive secured from three sources. Others include the Nashville-based venture capital firm Heritage Group and Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors in Los Angeles. The money will be used to further build out the company’s virtual services and integrate a second opinion program for patients.