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By  Dave Muoio 11:38 am October 26, 2020
Nice Healthcare, a Minneapolis-based video and in-home primary care provider, has raised $5 million in seed funding, MedCity News reports. The funding was headed by Waterline Ventures, and also saw participation from Conductive Ventures and Indie.vc. WHAT IT DOES Offered through employers, Nice Healthcare's business uses a patient mobile app to schedule primary care virtual visits. These can be...
money rolled up
By  Dave Muoio 02:49 pm October 23, 2020
Health collaboration platform Cohere Health announced this week that it's doubled up a $10 million funding from the summer by raising an additional $10 million from its existing investors, a list that includes Flare Capital Partners and Define Ventures. WHAT IT DOES Cohere Health's platform brings providers and health plans onto the same page in an effort to build low-cost, evidence-based care...
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By  Dave Muoio 12:17 pm October 23, 2020
Employer mental health benefits provider Lyra Health has inked a strategic partnership with stress and wellness app Calm, the companies announced Tuesday. With the deal, Lyra's customers may choose to offer Calm's app and digital programs to their employees. Existing Lyra members with mild mental health issues such as stress will have the Calm app recommended. It will be available for direct...
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By  Dave Muoio 02:18 pm October 22, 2020
Verifiable, a healthcare identity startup that recently launched out of Y Combinator, has raised $3 million in seed funding, TechCrunch reports. The money came from institutional investors Tiger Global, Liquid2 Ventures, Struck Capital and Soma Capital, as well as individual backers Jack Altman, Max Mullen and Sahil Lavingia. WHAT IT DOES Verifiable has built an API to help organizations confirm...
By  Laura Lovett 02:41 pm October 21, 2020
Digital fitness company Future announced a $24 million Series B raise late last week. The new round was led by Trustbridge Partners, Kleiner Perkins, Caffeinated Capital, and private investors and founders.  WHAT THEY DO Future pitches a personalized, membership-based fitness service that employs a one-on-one coaching model. Customers select a coach, and each week that coach comes up with a new...
By  Laura Lovett 02:12 pm October 20, 2020
eVisit, an Arizona-based SaaS telehealth company, just landed $14 million in Series A funding. TVC Capital led the funding round with participation from Kickstart Seed Fund, University Growth Fund and Jeremy Andrus.  WHAT IT DOES The company provides a telehealth platform that includes several facets, including a scheduling, intake, waiting room management and discharge function. Its main...
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By  Laura Lovett 11:16 am October 20, 2020
A new maternal health company called Oula has picked up $3.2 million in seed funding, propelling the launch of its multimodal care platform and brick-and-mortar services.  This batch of seed funding was led by Collaborative Fund with participation from Female Founders Fund, 8VC, Metrodora, Kapor Capital, Rock Health, January Ventures, Great Oaks and private investors.  WHAT IT DOES Oula’s model...
By  Dave Muoio 03:31 pm October 15, 2020
About a month after ousted Zocdoc CEO Cyrus Massoumi filed a lawsuit accusing the company's executives of conspiracy, the online appointment booking service has fired back with a legal motion to dismiss Massoumi's suit and a blog post that refutes his critiques of their financial performance and strategy. Massoumi's original complaint painted the picture of a collaborative effort to mislead the...
Three previews of 98point6 app screens
By  Dave Muoio 01:29 pm October 15, 2020
Text- and app-based primary care startup 98point6 has hauled in a $118 million Series E round led by the Growth Fund of L Catterton and Activant Capital. Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division and other unnamed investors also took part. The company's on-demand primary care services for consumers and payers use artificial intelligence and a text-based interface to collect information about the...
By  Dave Muoio 03:03 pm October 14, 2020
Press Ganey, a care-quality services firm best known for distributing patient satisfaction surveys, announced two purchases yesterday that it says will help form "the largest healthcare consumerism platform in the industry." The first of these is the outright acquisition of Doctor.com, a digital platform neck-deep in provider directories, online bookings, provider reputation analyses and other...