July 9, 2020
Kindbody, a women's health startup combining virtual care with face-to-face visits, raised $32 million in Series B funding. Perceptive Advisors led the round, which also saw support from prior backers RRE, GV and Freemark Capital, as well as new investors Rock Springs Capital, Goodgrower, Claritas Capital and NFP.
The startup said it would be using its new funding to expand its owned physical...
April 16, 2019
Text-based primary care platform 98point6 will be providing 24-7 access to Arizona-based health plan Banner|Aetna’s members thanks to a new deal between the two groups. The deployment will begin handling consultations, assessments, prescriptions and lab test orders in July of this year.
“With 98point6, we are pioneering a new approach to primary care that will further differentiate Banner|Aetna...
March 5, 2019
Senior focused health tech startup K4Connect tapped Keith Stewart as the company’s next chief growth officer.
Stewart was formerly the chief revenue officer for smart building startup Site 1001. At K4Connect he will be responsible for expansion and growing sales.
“K4Connect is positioned perfectly to collaborate with our clients in order to help the industry usher in a next generation, senior-...
October 24, 2018
Yesterday morning K4Connect, a digital health company focused on tech for seniors and people with disabilities, announced $12 million in Series B funding. This latest funding was led by AXA Venture Partner.
Right now the company’s main product is its K4Community Works platform, which streamlines smart home and wellness technologies into a single ecosystem. That platform has various end users,...
July 19, 2017
Oscar Health is working with Humana to offer commercial health insurance to small businesses in a nine-county Nashville, Tenn. area. Tech-saavy insurance startup Oscar is teaming up with incumbent Humana at a time when it’s just begun to expand from the individual market into working with employers through its Oscar for Business unit. Humana will provide licenses to operate in Nashville as well...
July 18, 2017
K4Connect, a technology company focused on seniors and those with disabilities, has partnered up with Garmin International on wearable devices geared toward residents of senior living communities, as well as staff and operators.
The devices will be part of K4Community, K4Connect’s “connected-life” platform. The idea is to give senior living residents a means of tracking their wellness and...
October 25, 2016
K4Connect, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based maker of an Internet-of-Things platform for older adults and people with disabilities, raised $8 million in a new round of funding led by Intel Capital. RGAx, a subsidiary of the Reinsurance Group of America, also contributed as did Traverse Venture Partners. Returning investors include Sierra Ventures, Stonehenge Growth Equity, Lowe’s Corporation and...