July 21, 2020
Founded in May 2017, Singapore-based healthtech startup SSIVIX Lab has recently launched its MyCLNQ mobile app, which provides real-time doctor and clinic availability, offers location-based suggestions for the nearest clinic and earliest available doctor, and confirms booking appointments.
There is also a host of value care services provided, including online doctor consultation so users can...
June 13, 2018
Stockholm, Sweden-based telemedicine app company Kry announced this week that it has raised $66 million (53 million euros) in Series B funding. The round was led by Index Ventures, and also included the company’s existing investors Accel, Creandum, and Project A.
According to a statement, the company will use the new funding to grow its staff, with the eventual goals of deepening market...
May 1, 2018
Seattle-based 98point6 today announced the launch of its on-demand primary care platform. Through the smartphone app, patients in 10 US states can easily receive remote care from a board-certified physician through the AI and machine learning-powered service.
“There are far too many people that aren’t getting the primary care they need, and that’s a problem. Our mission is to make primary care...
September 19, 2017
Correction: This article has been updated and corrected based on comments from 98point6.
Chat-based telemedicine company 98point6 has raised $19.5 million in third-round funding. The round comes from undisclosed private investors and brings the company's total funding to $35 million, according to the company.
The company offers an app that lets users chat with a board-certified physician. All...
March 8, 2017
Akos, a recently launched mobile-based telemedicine platform, has raised $1 million from a group of local physicians. Starting in Arizona, with plans to expand nationally by 2018, the company offers video and audio telemedicine visits via a mobile platform.
“In the current model for telehealth what they do is connect the consumer directly to the physician and these physicians could be anywhere in...
January 26, 2016
Los Angeles-based SnapMD has raised $5.3 million from Shea Ventures, TYLT Labs, and Whittier Ventures for its telemedicine offering that connects providers to their existing patients. SnapMD COO George Tierney told MobiHealthNews this brings their total funding to $5.9 million.
The idea for SnapMD came from Dr. Rustin Morse, who was working at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and wanted to create...
November 12, 2015
Scottsdale, Arizona-based HealthiestYou, which offers a health app through employers, raised $30 million from Frontier Capital.
Employees can use the app to access HealthiestYou's location-aware provider directory to read reviews, ratings and background information, compare prescription pricing for more than 5,000 drugs at more than 100,000 pharmacies, and receive customized alerts that help the...
March 23, 2015
San Francisco-based FirstLine Medical has launched its doctor consultation service, called FirstLine, available via iPhone app. The offering allows patients to call, text, or video chat with a doctor, similar to other doctor consultation offerings, but FirstLine goes one step further -- if users choose, they can also request a doctor to make an in-person visit to their home or office.