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.
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Ro, a startup offering patients mail-order prescriptions and telehealth appointments, raised $200 million in funding. The company started three years ago with men’s health and wellness products, before expanding its business.