Collective Health

By Laura Lovett March 1, 2018
Qualcomm Life announced an exclusive licensing agreement with AlertWatch, creator of an FDA-cleared intelligence care software that assists in the care of patients in the operating room. The deal will give Qualcomm Life the exclusive rights to sell AlertWatch, which the company plans to showcase at HIMSS 2018.  “At AlertWatch, we believe that integrating multiple streams of data into a live,...
By Dave Muoio February 28, 2018
Collective Health, an employee benefits platform that uses predictive analytics to match employees with programs, has raised $110 million in funding to scale operations. Participants in the financing round include existing investors NEA, Founders Fund, GV, and Maverick Ventures, as well as new investors Sun Life Financial and Mubadala Ventures. Word of the new funding comes amidst other headlines...
By Jonah Comstock May 30, 2017
In addition to recently entering the digital health world with a prescription-checking app, online glasses retailer Warby Parker has also hired a new vice president of computer vision with a digital health background. Serial entrepreneur David Rose, who joined Warby Parker in March, was the founder and CEO of Vitality, maker of connected pill bottle cap brand GlowCap. Vitality was one of the...
By Heather Mack March 7, 2017
Telemedicine provider Teladoc has appointed Kenneth H. Paulus to its board of directors, where he will serve on two committees: Nominating & Corporate Governance and Quality & Safety. Paulus has held leadership positions at a number of large health organizations and served as CEO for borth Allina Health and Atrius Health System. He also worked as the chief operating officer at Partners...
By Jonah Comstock March 2, 2017
Even when an employer or insurer offer their members innovative digital health products, for a healthcare consumer looking for a solution to a problem, it can be hard to know what's out there and what works. Collective Health, an employee benefits platform that raised more than $100 million in VC funding in 2015, is aiming to solve that problem with the help of predictive analytics. Collective...
By Jonah Comstock January 19, 2017
Jawbone's Chief Financial Officer has left the company, The Verge reported this week. CFO Jason Child, who joined Jawbone in 2015 from Groupon, has left the struggling company to join the Global Advisory Board of the University of Washington's Foster School of Business. Jawbone also lost it's top product exec, Travis Bogard, this past summer. New York City-based physician-specialist consult...
By Heather Mack November 17, 2016
Telemedicine provider MDLive has hired Scott Decker as the company’s new chief executive officer. The company’s current CEO and founder, Randy Parker, will now be MDLive’s chief business development officer and also serve on the board of directors. Decker comes to MDLive from HealthSparq, where he was also CEO and where he built a cloud-based healthcare shopping and price transparency platform...
By Jonah Comstock January 27, 2016
Health 2.0's digital health funding numbers for 2015 are out and they're right in the middle of totals released so far, at $4.75 billion. Rock Health had pinned the number at $4.3 billion and both CB Insights and StartUp Health had pegged it at $5.8 billion. As usual, this relates to a range of different definitions of just what constitutes digital health.  But not only do the numbers differ,...
By Jonah Comstock October 20, 2015
Collective Health, a software company that helps small employers transition to self-funded plans, has raised another $81 million, bringing its total funding to $119 million. Google Ventures was the sole new investor in the round. Returning investors NEA, Founders Fund, Maverick Capital, Redpoint Ventures and RRE Ventures also contributed. Up until now Collective Health has been operating only in...
By Aditi Pai March 19, 2015
San Mateo, California-based Collective Health has raised $38 million in a round led by Founders Fund and NEA, with participation from Formation 8, Redpoint Ventures, RRE Ventures, Subtraction Capital, and Rock Health. Collective Health has developed a software as a service offering that helps companies that have 100 or more employees transition to a self funded insurance plan, which employers can...

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