Here are eight updates from gastroenterology companies and practices from the past week:
Dallas-based GI Alliance acquired Little Rock-based GastroArkansas, marking the sixth state the gastroenterology services organization expanded into.
The Raleigh Endoscopy Center in Cary, N.C., partnered with artificial intelligence tech company Avesha to run a clinical trial on its cloud-based AI inference system for colonoscopies.
The American College of Gastroenterology and Gastro Girl, a patient-centric digestive health platform, have entered into a joint venture to release GI OnDemand, a virtual care platform.
Raza Hamdani, MD, joined the Mercyhealth staff in Rockford, Ill.
Colorado Springs, Colo.-based Peak Gastroenterology partnered with Varsity Healthcare Partners, marking Varsity's first investment into gastroenterology.
Austin (Texas) Gastroenterology is building a combined endoscopy and HyGIeaCare center at its office in Lakeway-Bee Cave, Texas.
Minimally invasive colorectal surgeon Ashlee Godshalk Ruggles, MD, joined Pennington, N.J.-based Capital Health Surgical Group.
The National Academy of Inventors named Exact Sciences' David Ahlquist, MD, a fellow for his contributions over a lifetime.