– Memora Health, a San Francisco, CA-based virtual care delivery platform led by 24-year-old Manav Sevak announced a $10.5M round of funding led by Andreessen Horowitz. Additional investors including AlleyCorp, Martin Ventures, Kevin Durant and Rich Kleiman’s Thirty Five Ventures, Sachin Jain, Operator Partners, Edward Elmhurst Health, B Capital, and Aaron… Read More »Memora Health Raises $10.5M for Virtual Care Delivery Platform, Backed by Andreessen Horowitz
Dyno Therapeutics’ technology for designing viral vectors that deliver gene therapies has led to partnerships with Novartis, Sarepta Therapeutics, and Roche. With the Series A financing, the startup plans to expand its technology to address more tissue types, and potentially add more partners.
Headway, a startup working to build a network of therapists covered by major insurers, raised $70 million in funding. The startup manages claims, credentialing and other administrative work for independent practices.
Tomorrow Health — a startup that can deliver roughly 40,000 different types of medical supplies into patients’ homes — has raised $25 million in a Series A funding round. The company began operations officially in April of 2020, which was earlier than expected due to… Read More »Andreessen Horowitz-Backed Tomorrow Health Raises $25M, Adds Former Humana CMO to Advisory Board
Honor — the technology-enabled home care startup that partners with independent agencies through the Honor Care Network — is gearing up for a major expansion. Those expansion plans are built around a substantial infusion of new capital, too. The San Francisco-based Honor announced Tuesday it… Read More »Honor Raises $140M to Fuel National Expansion