Insurance startup Bind Benefits just raised $105 million in a Series B funding round to further expand into the fully insured market. CEO Tony Miller sees the company’s health plan product as a way for employers to stay agile while offering insurance in a rapidly… Read More »How Bind Benefits’ CEO will use $105M to upend the health insurance market
Nice Healthcare, a Minnesota-based startup that offers telemedicine and primary care services, raised $5 million in seed funding. The company plans to use the funds to bring its benefits to businesses in more states.
Among the areas of interest for employee benefits startups that presented in our Pitch Perfect contest are: electronic patient care records, behavioral health, caregiver support and substance abuse treatment.
Plume provides access to telehealth consultations for patients seeking gender-affirming hormone therapy. Recently, the startup began partnering with employers to offer its services as a benefit.
The INVEST Digital Health Virtual conference Pitch Perfect competition, from September 21-25, had some intense competition between the healthcare startup participants. Thanks to all the entrepreneurs, judges and sponsors who took part.
Mental health startup Lyra Health raised a $110 million series D, valuing the company at $1.1 billion. The company plans to use the funds to expand its teletherapy service and develop additional mental health solutions.
Carrot Fertility, a startup that provides employee fertility benefits, raised $24 million in a series B round. The company plans to use the funds to further its expansion and build out its telehealth features.
Centene will expand its partnership with behavioral health startup Quartet Health to 32 states. The insurer became an investor in Quartet last year.
Amazon is testing a pilot to offer primary care clinics for its employees. The company plans to open 20 locations operated by direct primary care startup Crossover Health.