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...
June 1, 2017
Arizona-based telemedicine platform provider eVisit has raised $2 million from Kickstart Seed Fund, Arizona Founders Fund and angel investor Jeremy Andrus. Previously, the company raised $1 million in July 2016. The latest funding will be used to scale eVisit’s sales, marketing and support teams as they expand.
As opposed to a standalone telemedicine platform, eVisit aims to extend the reach of...
July 29, 2015
Phoenix, Arizona-based eVisit has raised a $1 million seed round from Alan Ram, founder of Alan Ram's Proactive Training Solutions, Chris Reap, investor at Northstar Capital, and others.
The company has developed a two-way video communication offering, available on desktop computers as well as iOS and Android devices, that providers can use when treating minor medical issues, for example checking...
June 12, 2014
This week, a bevy of telehealth stakeholders sent incoming HHS secretary Sylvia Burwell a letter as part of ongoing efforts to improve the legal and political climate for telehealth. But virtual visit practioners -- whether using video, telephone, or software -- are managing to do pretty well despite some coverage restrictions. There's at least 12 companies in this burgeoning space, and that...