Businesscare manager resigns after ‘irrational’ actions

Businesscare, a software platform that helps businesses manage health care costs, has removed a manager who oversaw the software and raised questions about the business’ independence, according to people familiar with the matter.

The management change came as the company seeks to regain market share amid a wave of mergers and acquisitions that has driven the healthcare industry.

“We believe the changes in management at Businesscare are not sustainable and are taking a number of steps to address our strategic and operational challenges, the people said.”

The company has also announced a number at the highest level of leadership and has made some important strategic decisions to drive our long-term strategy.

“The decision to remove the manager comes as the healthcare technology company faces intense competition from other companies, including Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and IBM, that offer software solutions for companies to manage and manage care.

The company said in a statement that it was working with its board to address the management changes.

A spokeswoman for the company declined to comment.

The firm said in March that it would cut about $150 million in its costs and take a “significant number of layoffs” in an effort to reduce its debt and debt-service obligations.

The announcement comes as a wave and wave of deals and acquisitions have boosted health care spending, but the industry remains plagued by high costs.

The companies that have come to dominate the industry include Amazon, which has emerged as a leader in healthcare, and Apple, which offers software for managing health care.