They led an investment in TripleBlind, a Kansas City-based startup looking to support collaboration between healthcare companies without the need to share raw data.
Entrepreneurs Max Cohen and Cameron Behar have spent the bulk of their careers at forward-thinking companies like Google and Oculus. They’re now using that shared experience on the forefront of change to launch Sprinter Health, an on-demand mobile health startup that sends full-time nurses and phlebotomists into the home for lab draws, vital checks, COVID-19 …
Aidoc, a Tel Aviv-based startup building a suite of decision support tools for radiologists, raised $66 million in funding. The company plans to use the funds to build out and market its suite of radiology solutions.
Sword Health, a startup that uses virtual visits with physical therapists and sensors to guide people through exercises, raised $85 million in funding. The company plans to use the new funds to grow its business through partnerships with health plans.
BrightInsight, a startup developing infrastructure to make it easier for companies to make their own health apps, raised $101 million in funding. General Catalyst led the series C round.
Ro, a direct-to-consumer health startup, recently raised a $500 million funding round. It plans to use the funds to expand into at-home diagnostics and care.
CityBlock Health, a startup focusing on providing care to Medicaid and dual-eligible patients, raised $160 million in funding. The Alphabet-spinout plans to use the funds to reach more patients and build out its digital care offerings.
On Episode 144 of Health in 2 Point 00, Matthew has gingerly emerged from his office and gone into a Magical Forest! Jess asks me about Healthline media acquiring PsychCentral, the first-ever online psychiatry support group and I explain the history of how it has been passed around from Corporates to PE firms, Bridge Connector …
There is still health tech funding going on in late July? Wow! On Episode 138 of Health in 2 Point 00, Jess asks me about Ro getting $200M from General Catalyst to expand their Telehealth platform, Indigo Diabetes raising 38M Euros to develop its CGM Sensor, Angle Health landing $4M to create a health plan …