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As payers and providers become increasingly open to virtual care, health tech startups have been eagerly playing a game of chronic care bingo. Companies that started by tackling a single disease have continuously added on tools for costly conditions, hoping to capture as much of the board — and potential revenue — as possible.

Omada Health is racking up chips. After building its digital platform for diabetes prevention, it expanded into coaching-based tools to manage type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and mental health, finally acquiring a virtual physical therapy outfit in 2020. On Tuesday, the company, now billing itself as a “chronic care integrated healthcare provider,” announced it had closed a goliath $192 million Series E round as it aims to pull in more patients than ever.

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