March 3, 2021
The pressure is rising for the tech-powered primary care platform One Medical as Congress has launched an investigation into its COVID-19 vaccination practices, NPR reported Tuesday.
The publication tracked down a letter sent by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis to One Medical late Monday night that raises its concerns and demands documentation of the company’s vaccination...
February 26, 2021
One Medical, a tech-powered primary care platform, shared its financial results for the fourth quarter and full-year 2020 yesterday amid a press storm that alleges the company has been vaccinating ineligible patients.
A report from NPR found that the San Francisco-based company had allowed ineligible patients, including young, healthy people, as well as friends and family of company leadership,...
May 21, 2020
One Medical, the tech enabled health startup that made headlines when it went public in January, is reporting a 25% year-over-year revenue growth. However, it still came up short of meeting earnings per share expectations.
The company, officially named 1Life Healthcare, uses a hybrid model, its members have access to 24-7 virtual health-services as well as the ability to visit brick-and-mortar...
January 31, 2020
Tech-enabled primary care business 1Life Healthcare — better known by its brand name, One Medical — hit the public market Friday after announcing the sale of 17.5 million shares at $14 each. This pricing alongside the roughly 122 million outstanding shares disclosed in the company’s S-1 would put One Medical’s valuation at just over $1.7 billion.
And although it’s only been on the market for a...
May 1, 2019
When it comes to engaging patients in their health, it’s a balancing act between offering the latest technology and providing the personal touch of face-to-face care, according to panelists at the Atlantic’s Pulse event in Boston yesterday.
It’s not always about uprooting the system, but about changing the experience to address the pain points, according to Dr. Michael Richardson, medical...
July 24, 2018
Behavioral health technology provider AbleTo has announced Trip Hofer as its new CEO. Hofer most recently held the title of president of accordant health services as CVS Specialty, and prior to that held senior positions at OptumHealth and Health Dialog.
“I am thrilled to join an organization whose singular purpose is to tackle one of the biggest challenges facing our country: the behavioral...