July 8, 2020
Telehealth provider Doctor On Demand today announced $75 million in Series D funding. The raise was led by General Atlantic, and also included the company's prior investors.
The round puts Doctor On Demand's lifetime raise in the neighborhood of $239 million.
WHAT IT DOES
The San Francisco-based company provides virtual care services directly to consumers as well as through arrangements with...
July 7, 2020
A Sharjah-based healthcare company has announced its latest venture; what it is dubbing the “Middle East’s first e-hospital”.
Mulk Healthcare, which is part of the UAE’s Mulk Holdings International, has unveiled its digital hospital project designed to bring “disruptive futuristic healthcare solutions to consumers of the GCC,” it said in a statement.
Launching as a downloadable app this August,...
July 1, 2020
Computer hardware and technology company Lenovo today signaled its growing interest in digital health – or more specifically, in device-driven remote health monitoring.
In partnership with Tampa, Florida-based health software maker Vianova Health the Chinese company announced its Lenovo Virtual Care offering. Marketed to provider organizations, the multipart product is composed of Lenovo's...
June 18, 2020
Sweden-based, digital healthcare company, KRY (known as Livi outside of the Nordics) has announced that it has merged with healthcare company Helsa, which operates fourteen health centres across five regions in Sweden.
WHAT’S THE IMPACT
From mid-August, the merger will combine the benefits of digitalisation with physical health centres and enable KRY to treat more symptoms, whilst continuing to...
June 15, 2020
H4D, the Paris-based health tech startup and founder of the Consult Station, has completed a €15 million round of funding.
H4D has developed a unique professional platform centered on the Consult Station, the first connected telemedicine booth. This new funding round has been launched in light of H4D’s recent strong customer growth at home and expansion into new markets.
WHAT THEY DO
June 1, 2020
With more patients and providers being exposed to telehealth and virtual care, a report published Friday by McKinsey predicts that as much as $250 billion of current U.S. healthcare spending could theoretically be virtualized.
The key change has been the often-publicized surge of telehealth adoption accompanying the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Citing a handful of recent consumer and...
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...
May 20, 2020
Tava Health, a Salt Lake City-based mental-telehealth provider, has closed $3 million in seed funding. Peterson Ventures led the round.
WHAT THEY DO
Founded and launched just last year, Tava works with employer customers to connect their employees with remote therapy and a personalized treatment plan. Video sessions conducted through the platform are self-scheduled by the patient, and...
May 19, 2020
Digital chronic-disease-program company Omada Health is leaping into musculoskeletal care thanks to its acquisition of Physera, an app-based platform that includes remote consultations with physical therapists.
Although the deal was announced today, Omada said it will "immediately" begin offering the MSK program to its employer, health plan and individual customers.
“Integrating a digital...
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,...