February 26, 2021
For decades, investors, startups and a broad host of established players have viewed healthcare as ripe for innovation. However, the industry has been challenged by the momentum of the status quo – the scale, complexity, volume and ingrained practices that all need to change to wring out some much-needed efficiency.
As we were taught in physics class, the more momentum something has, the more...
January 4, 2021
Haven, the high-profile joint venture from Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase, is officially calling it quits after a nearly three-year run.
The company had sought to leverage each of the three business' strengths to devise a new model for employee health coverage and access to care, but launched relatively few projects and shed a number of key employees near the end of its lifetime....
January 6, 2020
After months of rumors, the tech-enabled primary care provider One Medical has filed for an IPO. The company has tapped JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley to act as the lead bookrunning managers for the proposed offering.
While the stock price is not yet set, the company's SEC filing revealed that it is looking to raise around $100 million in the offering. The company plans to list itself on the...
October 8, 2019
2019 has been the year of the digital health IPO. Reports are now circulating that tech-enabled primary care provider One Medical could be on deck.
CNBC reports that the startup has hired JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley ahead of its IPO, according to sources "familiar with the matter." When MobiHealthNews reached out to One Medical, the company declined to comment.
One Medical is a primary care...
January 30, 2018
Amazon, the world’s ubiquitous online store, revealed today it is collaborating with Warren Buffet, who heads Berkshire Hathaway, and the bank JPMorgan Chase to build an independent, nonprofit healthcare company with the goal of increasing user satisfaction and reducing costs.
The first order of business, the partners announced, is focusing on technology solutions that will provide U.S....
February 27, 2014
New York-based Everyday Health filed for an initial public offering that it expects will raise up to $115 million, according to SEC documents.
The joint book-running managers for the IPO are J.P. Morgan Securities, Credit Suisse Securities (USA), and Citigroup Global Markets.
Everyday Health offers users an app and web tool to aggregate health information on a variety of topics, including...