$6B healthcare startup laid off workers

Commure, a remote patient monitoring startup worth $6 billion and backed by General Catalyst, laid off an undisclosed number of workers, Business Insider reported 

In October, Commure and Athelas merged. After the merger, Commure officials said they did not plan to conduct layoffs, according to Business Insider. The layoffs happened in November, shortly after the merger.

Commure expects to go public in the next two to three years. Before the merger, Commure and Athelas had at least five years of cash runway.

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