Category: Andreessen Horowitz

  • Turquoise Health Raises $20M for Healthcare Pricing Platform, Launches Direct Contracting Platform

    What You Should Know: – Turquoise Health, an end-to-end healthcare pricing platform, today announced a $20M Series A investment led by existing investor Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), with participation from Bessemer, Box Group, and new investor Tiger Global. – Turquoise Health will use the funding to continue making transparent pricing ubiquitous for all healthcare stakeholders: payers, […]

  • Home-Focused Primary Care Startup Patina Health Raises $57M

    Patina Health – a primary care startup focused on delivering care in the home – announced a Series A funding round of $57 million early Tuesday. The company came out of stealth with the announcement, detailing its plans as well as its lead investors: Andreessen Horowitz and GV, the latter of which is Google’s (Nasdaq: […]

  • Home Care Companies to Watch in the Final Months of 2021

    Non-medical home care was on the rise prior to 2020, as Medicare Advantage plans and health systems began investing more heavily around social determinants of health and activities of daily living. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, has arguably made home care the hottest corner of the senior care world. There are dozens of home care companies […]

  • Memora Health Raises $10.5M for Virtual Care Delivery Platform, Backed by Andreessen Horowitz

    – 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 Szekel also participated. – Manav was inspired to start the […]

  • Honor Raises $140M to Fuel National Expansion

    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 has raised $140 million in Series D funding, led by […]