direct-to-consumer digital health

By Dave Muoio 01:35 pm March 18, 2020
New York-based Vault Health, a men's health service combining at-home and telehealth visits, launched last week on the back of a $30 million funding round. Tiger Global Management headed the raise, which also saw investments from Redesign Health and Declaration Capital. So far the practice is active in New York, Florida, Tennessee and Texas. However, the startup has since posted a notification on...
By Dave Muoio 02:44 pm February 3, 2020
Legacy, a male fertility startup offering sperm freezing and analytics, has raised $3.5 million in a new funding round, CEO Khaled Kteily confirmed to MobiHealthNews. The funding was headlined by a “major” investment from Section 32, with Y Combinator and prior backer Bain Capital Ventures also lending their support. WHAT THEY DO Born out of the Harvard Innovation Labs alumni incubator program, ...
By Jonah Comstock 03:19 pm September 1, 2016
NYC-based asynchronous telemedicine service Sherpaa quietly opened its doors this week to direct-to-consumer business. Previously, text message and app access to Sherpaa doctors was available only via an employer. "B2B is definitely our core right now, but we decided that after really refining our processes over the years and creating an entirely new delivery model that it was ready for prime...
By Jonah Comstock 09:42 am September 25, 2014
Former Wired executive editor Thomas Goetz and Matt Mohebbi, a former Google engineer, have teamed up to launch the drug-focused digital health startup Iodine, which Goetz unveiled this week at the Health 2.0 event in Santa Clara, California. "There’s a massive amount of search traffic on medications," Goetz told MobiHealthNews. "People use the internet for health decisions as much as they use it...