November 6, 2014
LifeNexus, a San Francisco-based startup looking to replace the traditional insurance card with either a smartcard or a mobile app, raised an additional $12.6 million in July, the company told MobiHealthNews. An SEC filing also appeared this week for an additional $1.5 million, which the filing indicates was part of a round begun in July.
UPDATE: According to LifeNexus, "the 1.5M SEC filing...
March 12, 2014
The iChip mobile app, due out in April.
LifeNexus is launching its smartcard-based (and soon to be mobile app-based) iChip system with its first partner, Medicaid plan Amerigroup Nevada.
The card (or app) contains both clinical and administrative information, so it speeds up check-in and serves as a mobile, tethered PHR for patients. Patients can check their own information on an online portal...
August 6, 2013
LifeNexus, a San Francisco startup looking to replace the traditional insurance card with a digital version, raised $4 million from undisclosed angel investors and one undisclosed fund, bringing the company's total funding to $11.9 million. CEO David Strand said an additional $3 million round is closing soon.
The company offers a system called iChip, which Strand described to MobiHealthNews as a...