Babylon Health has filed for bankruptcy for two US subsidiaries, Forbes has reported, citing filings in the US Bankruptcy Court in Delaware.
Babylon Health is looking to sell its UK business, including its 100,000 patient NHS GP practice, and may fall into administration, it has announced.
Babylon has entered into a $4.2bn (£2.9bn) merger with Alkuri Global. US big data company Palantir has also taken a strategic stake in the company.
Babylon admitted in June that three patients were able to view recordings of other patient’s consultations using the GP at Hand app.
The database was being used to store testing information for the company’s technology and GP at Hand, revealing the success rate of different functions.
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Babylon Health confirmed that three patients were able to view recordings of other patient’s consultations using the GP at Hand app.
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The CCG has objected to the expansion saying it was “not convinced” Babylon’s services are sufficiently integrated with other local and national services.
The latest CQC report, published on 4 December 2019, found the digital provider had adhered to previous safety advice around prescribing and patient safety.
Dominic Cummings advised Babylon on its communications strategy and on senior recruitment, an investigation has revealed.