ChartSpan in the News

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ChartSpan Announces Addition to Board of Directors, Sarath Degala of BIP Capital

(Greenville, South Carolina) – August 26, 2019 – ChartSpan, the largest Chronic Care Management provider in the United States, has announced that Sarath Degala, Senior Vice President of BIP Capital, has been appointed to its new Board of Directors. BIP Capital is the leader of a five investor syndicate group that recently closed a $15…

BSC Capital Partners Invests in Largest Chronic Care Management Provider, ChartSpan

(Greenville, South Carolina) – August 19, 2019 – BSC Capital Partners, an affiliate of Nashville-based investment banking firm Bailey Southwell & Co., announced that it participated in a Series A round of capital in ChartSpan Medical Technologies, Inc. The firm is part of a five-investor syndicate led by BIP Capital. ChartSpan is the largest healthcare…

C&B Capital Invests in Largest Chronic Care Management Provider, ChartSpan

(Greenville, South Carolina) – August 15, 2019 – C&B Capital, based in Atlanta, Georgia, has announced their investment in a series A round of capital in ChartSpan Medical Technologies, Inc. The firm is part of a five-investor syndicate. ChartSpan is the largest healthcare managed service provider for chronic care management programs in the U.S. ChartSpan…

Blue Heron Capital Invests in Largest Chronic Care Management Provider, ChartSpan

(Greenville, South Carolina) – August 12, 2019 – Blue Heron Capital, a growth equity firm based in Richmond, Virginia, has announced its investment in a Series A round in ChartSpan Medical Technologies, Inc. The firm is part of a five-investor syndicate. ChartSpan is the largest healthcare managed service provider of chronic care management programs in…

Congress Set to Decide on the Fate of Patient Cost Responsibility for Chronic Care Management

The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee has sent a bill to The U.S. House of Representatives impacting the future of care that Medicare patients in America will receive. The Seniors’ Chronic Care Management Improvement Act (H.R. 3436) would eliminate out-of-pocket expenses seniors pay to have access to care coordination services.