We represented Synchronous Health, Inc., a behavioral health provider that combines telehealth and artificial intelligence, in its investment from Adventist Health a faith-based, nonprofit integrated health system serving more than 80 communities on the West Coast and Hawaii. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Synchronous Health, Inc. Receives Investment from Adventist Health
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