app-based house call

By Dave Muoio 02:33 pm September 23, 2019
Heal, maker of an app for booking and processing device-driven physician house calls, announced today that it has acquired New York City-based Doctors on Call, a roughly 50-year-old provider of house call services for elderly patients. The acquisition allows Heal to expand its services — previously limited to the Atlanta, California and Northern Virginia/Washington D.C. areas — into the New York...
By Laura Lovett 03:13 pm May 7, 2019
This afternoon DispatchHealth, maker of a platform that allows clinicians to make house calls, closed a $33 million growth capital financing. Echo Health Ventures led the round with participation from Alta Partners, Questa Capital and others.  WHAT THEY DO Currently available in select parts of eight different states, DispatchHealth’s platform allows patients to request on-demand care to their...
By Jonah Comstock 03:45 pm June 6, 2017
Doc+, a Russian digital health company that combines telemedicine with digital-enabled house calls, has raised $5 million from two existing investors: Yandex, an internet services company, and Baring Vostok venture fund. This is the second round of funding and brings Doc+'s total funding to $10.5 million. The company's primary business is digital-enabled house calls, similar to US companies like...
By Heather Mack 01:52 am December 6, 2016
Los Angeles-based Heal, which offers an app-based physician house call service, has raised $14.8 million in Series B funding from Fidelity Management and Research Company.  The company just announced $26.9 million in Series A funding a little less than two months ago, and this latest round brings their total funding to at least $54.8 million. Heal, which launched last year, will use the new...