May 30, 2019
Heal, maker of an app for booking and processing physician house calls, is making an unexpected addition to its platform: a built-in telemedicine feature that customers may use to conduct voice or video calls with a provider.
For a company that often stresses the value and benefits of an in-person visit, the decision to introduce a degree of separation between the patient and a clinician may seem...
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...
June 8, 2016
RetraceHealth, a Minnesota-based direct-to-consumer home and video doctor visit provider, has raised $6.5 million according to an SEC filing. This follows on a $1 million round from January. Lemhi Ventures, a new investor, led the round and Lemhi Managing Director Jodi Hubler will join RetraceHealth's board of directors. Previous RetraceHealth investors include Blue Cross and Blue Shield of...
November 17, 2015
Dispatch Health is adding an iOS app to its mobile house call service, which currently offers its service through local municipal services providers. For the first time with the new app, consumers will be able to request care from Dispatch Health directly, bringing the company more in-line with similar providers like Pager or Heal.
Denver, Colorado-based Dispatch Health maintains a fleet of cars ...
March 10, 2015
Pager, which offers an app consumers can use to request in-person physician house calls, has raised $10.4 million according to VentureBeat. The round was put up by existing seed investors Lux Capital and Montage Ventures, and new investors Goodwater Capital and Summation Health Ventures.
New York City-based Pager, which launched last May, is one of many startups to have called itself an “Uber for...