Andreessen Horowitz

By Laura Lovett 02:55 pm June 23, 2020
Yesterday morning Cedar, maker of an intelligent patient billing platform, announced a whopping $102 million Series C funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz.  The company has a record of major funding rounds – starting with a $13 million Series A round back in 2017, shortly followed by a Series B round worth $42 million in 2018.  WHAT THEY DO  The company focuses on helping to guide patients...
By Laura Lovett 03:11 pm June 9, 2020
This morning Boston-based startup PatientPing scored $60 million in Series C funding to propel the expansion of its care-coordination app. Andreessen Horowitz, F-Prime Capital, GV, and Transformation Capital led the round with participation from existing investors.  This news comes nearly four years after PatientPing closed its $31.6 million Series B round in 2016, which was also led by Andreesen...
By Dave Muoio 11:26 am January 16, 2019
Ciitizen, a tech startup focused building easy-to-share digital health records, has raised $17 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz, with additional participation from Verily and Section 32. With these investments, Andreessen Horowitz’s Bio fund General Manager Vijay Pande will be joining Ciitizen’s board of directors, while Section 32's Michael Pellini and Verily...
Ciitizen raises $3M for personal health records

Anil Sethi speaking at PMWC18 in June. Credit:  Ciitizen on Twitter

By Jonah Comstock 05:06 pm July 26, 2018
Ciitizen, the health records tech company founded by ex-Appler Anil Sethi, has raised $3 million from Andreessen Horowitz's a16z Bio Fund. While Andreessen Horowitz General Partner Vijay Pande confirmed the investment in a blog post, the amount was reported by CNBC and hasn't been confirmed by MobiHealthNews. A relatively young startup, Ciitizen is currently known mostly for the pedigree of its...
By Laura Lovett 04:05 pm April 26, 2018
It would be hard to argue that that there is a dearth of artificial intelligence platforms trying to get into the healthcare game. But it isn’t just developers deciding where the industry is heading; it's also up to the healthcare players holding the purse strings.  “Investors get a different view into technology than a lot of folks, and the decisions they make about where to put capital have big...
By Laura Lovett 02:43 pm April 3, 2018
Last week on-demand healthcare concierge for provider employers Accolade received $50 million in funding led by Andreessen Horowitz, Carrick Capital Partners, Madrona Venture Group, and McKesson Ventures, with participation from Cross Creek Advisors and Madera Technologies.  The company plans to use the money to grow its workforce, look at new market opportunities, and expand its Personalized...
By Aditi Pai 12:29 pm December 16, 2015
Foster City-based Oration has launched its mobile offering that helps employees save money on prescriptions. Oration also announced that last year, it raised $11.2 million from DFJ Venture, Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Chicago Ventures, Data Collective, Work-Bench, Arsenal Venture Partners, and TiE Angels. Oration CEO Pramod John previously served as McKesson’s VP of Strategy and...
By Aditi Pai 07:50 am September 16, 2015
San Francisco-based Omada Health has raised $48 million in a round led by Norwest Venture Partners with participation from existing investors US Venture Partners, Rock Health, and Andreessen Horowitz as well as new investors GE Ventures and dRx Capital. Omada also received strategic funding from two of its customers: Humana and Providence Health & Services. This brings their total funding to...
By Aditi Pai 06:53 am February 26, 2015
Google is considering strategic investment in Jawbone, although discussions are in preliminary stages, according to a report from Re/Code. Update: According to a report from Fortune, BlackRock is considering investing as much as $300 million in Jawbone. Fortune added that its sources said Google is not actively considering an investment. Re/Code adds Google and Jawbone have not agreed on the size...
By Aditi Pai 09:02 am January 23, 2015
Palo Alto, California-based Human API raised $6.6 million from 16 investors, according to an SEC filing. Existing investors include Andreessen Horowitz, BlueRun Ventures, and Innovation Endeavors, according to AngelList. Human API offers providers an infrastructure they can use to create a health platform that enables a group of patients to share data with their caregivers. A few months ago,...