GE's former value-based care group rebrands as Virence Health Technologies

GE's former Value-Based Care Solutions Group, which was recently acquired by private equity firm Veritas Capital, is changing its name to Virence Health Technologies.

The company provides analytics software to help hospitals manage their financial, clinical and human capital workflows. Its portfolio includes revenue cycle, ambulatory practice and workforce management solutions.

"Our new name, Virence, positions our company as an indispensable partner to our customers," said Bob Segert, chairman and CEO of Virence. "Virence plays an essential role in helping customers thrive in an increasingly complex environment, and we intend to combine fast-moving innovation with an unmatched passion for success to positively impact our customers' evolving business needs."

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