Austin-based software startup Docstation is working to make it easier for pharmacists to strike agreements with physicians that would allow them to provide more patient care. It recently raised $3.1 million in seed funding.
After a busy year, at-home testing company Everlywell is growing through two acquisitions. It bought telehealth practice PWNHealth and another at-home lab testing company.
After Everlywell received an emergency use authorization last year from the FDA for its at-home collection kit, the agency gave Everlywell the green light to sell its test kits without requiring a prescription.
The Austin-based startup has distributed more than 500,000 Covid-19 test kits to date, and expects total sales to quadruple by the end of the year.
The company hopes to use the money to bring its T-cell antigen coupler cell therapy technology – currently in preclinical development – into human clinical trials. German drugmaker Bayer’s venture capital arm led the round.