About six months after cutting 8% of its global workforce, hybrid primary care company Carbon Health announced on Friday another round of layoffs and corporate restructuring efforts. The company reduced its global workforce by more than 200 people, Carbon Health CEO Eren Bali said on social media.
In a tweet, Bali said the company plans to unwind major initiatives like public health, remote patient monitoring, hardware, and chronic care programs to focus on its “core primary care and urgent care service.”
Bali wrote ” We had to make some really hard decisions at @CarbonHealth. We’re unwinding major initiatives like public health, RPM, hardware, and chronic care programs to focus on our core primary care & urgent care service. And we’ve reduced our global workforce by more than 200 people.”