primary care app

By Dave Muoio 11:44 am May 11, 2020
Carbon Health, a primary care provider blending in-person and virtual care services, has announced a $28 million Series B1 raise from prior backer DCVC. WHAT THEY DO San Francisco-based Carbon Health runs a series of clinics in California. These brick-and-mortar locations are supported by a Carbon Health mobile app, through which patients can view their health records, schedule appointments,...
By Dave Muoio 04:15 pm April 7, 2020
Text-based primary care startup 98point6 has announced the close of a $43 million Series D funding round alongside new service expansions intended to address coronavirus-driven demand. The company did not name any of its investors in its release. WHAT THEY DO 98point6 provides on-demand primary care services for consumers and health plans that can be accessed through the company's mobile app. The...
By Dave Muoio 01:33 pm February 27, 2020
K Health, a free symptom checking app with optional paid telehealth features, announced this morning a $48 million Series C round led by 14W and Mangrove Capital. Anthem, Lerer Hippeau, Primary Ventures and other unnamed backers also contributed. WHAT THEY DO Using a dataset comprised of physician notes, lab results, treatments, prescriptions, prior visits and other anonymized interactions, K...
By Dave Muoio 01:31 pm 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...
By Laura Lovett 02:23 pm 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...
By Dave Muoio 07:28 am December 17, 2018
K Health, maker of an artificial intelligence-powered app for consumer health education and linkage to primary care, announced this morning that it has closed $25 million in Series B funding. The round was led by 14W, with additional participation from Comcast Ventures, Mangrove and other unnamed angel investors. This latest gain brings the company’s total funding to $37.5 million. In addition, K...
By Dave Muoio 12:07 am October 31, 2018
98point6 — a Seattle-based startup that offers an on-demand, texting-based primary care service for consumers and plans — announced this morning that it has closed $50 million in Series C funding, bringing the company’s total backing to $86.1 million. The round was led by the Merchant Banking Division of Goldman Sachs, with additional support from the company’s prior backers. Robbie Cape,...
By Dave Muoio 04:09 pm October 30, 2018
Carbon Health, a startup developing a mobile platform for connecting patients to urgent and primary care, has merged with the Northern California-based Direct Urgent Care network. The result is network of seven brick-and-mortar clinics caring for 40,000 active patients, all of which is supported by a connected telehealth app that also support appointment management, payments, EHR access,...
By Dave Muoio 12:09 pm July 18, 2018
Centivo, a self-funded health plan supported by a digital platform, has brought in $34 million in a Series A funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures, the company announced today. Other backers include F-Prime Capital Partners, Maverick Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Ingleside Investors, Rand Capital, Grand Central Tech Ventures, Oxeon Investments, and individual investors including Jim...
By Dave Muoio 02:10 pm July 17, 2018
Personalized health information company K Health has launched a free primary care app. Called K, the app’s AI references a history of diagnoses and treatments to deliver users an insight about how their condition would likely be treated, and can also connect users (in the New York City area) to a network of primary care providers. Accompanying the launch was also the announcement of $12.5 million...