Health company to lay off 200 workers

Carbon Health, a San Francisco company that provides urgent and primary care at clinics in California and elsewhere, will lay off more than 250 people, company CEO and co-founder Eren Bali said. tweeted.

“We are rolling out major initiatives such as public health (remote patient monitoring), hardware, chronic care programs to focus on our primary care and urgent care service. And we have reduced our global workforce by over 200 people,” Bali wrote. He said he was still optimistic about the future, but “current market conditions require us to be more diligent.”

The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In a legally required notice to the state, the company said it would permanently lay off 266 employees, effective March 7.

A range of jobs have been affected, according to the notice, from the company’s directors of marketing, engineering and global benefits and its chief technology officer to janitors, recruiters and salespeople.

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