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March 26, 2021
Data shows that women control the bulk of healthcare spending in the U.S., which has given women the nickname 'chief medical officer' of the family. However, when it comes to digital health, only 14% of deals were closed by women-led digital health startups in 2019, according to Rock Health.
While women-led companies have made strides in the digital health world, these companies often struggle to...
October 21, 2020
With Livongo and Teladoc’s merger expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year, the two companies recently announced the combined company leadership team, which won’t include Livongo’s CEO, CFO, president or SVP of business development.
Once the merger closes, Zane Burke, the CEO of Livongo, Lee Shapiro, the CFO of Livongo, Jennifer Schneider, the president of Livongo, and Steve Schwartz...
Felicity Yost and Carolyn Witte, cofounders of Tia/photo credit: Tia
May 28, 2020
This morning Tia, a tech enabled women’s health company, closed its Series A round raking in $24.27 million in new capital. Threshold Venture’s Emily Melton led the round with participation from Define Ventures, ACME, Torch Capital, John Doerr, Homebrew and Compound.
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Tia follows a hybrid model of care – it offers both brick-and-mortar services and virtual tools to patients. The New...
September 27, 2017
Women’s health app developer Tia announced that it has received $2.5 million in seed financing to continue developing its service and expanding its brand. The funding was acquired from early stage investment groups Combine, Homebrew, and Compound.
The company’s service, Ask Tia, launched in June and has since responded to over 100,000 user questions on birth control options, insurance coverage,...