IPO

Bright Health sets terms for $1.3B IPO 

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With plans to sell 60 million shares of common stock, Bright Health will price its IPO between $20 and $23 per share. It will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “BHG,” according to a recent SEC filing.

Bright Health follows rival Oscar Health down IPO path

Bright Health has filed preliminary paperwork for an IPO, joining its rivals in the insurance technology space in going public. Though there are few confirmed details at the moment, Bright Health is reportedly looking to raise $1 billion through the offering.

Sharecare’s SPAC IPO: A Second Success for WebMD Founder Jeff Arnold?

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By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH Sharecare, the population-health-slash-care-navigator of the stars (literally, celebrity doc Dr. Oz is a co-founder, and Oprah’s Harpo Productions, Sony Pictures Television, and Discovery Communications are partners) is about to hit the public market via a $4-Billion SPAC IPO with Falcon… Read More »Sharecare’s SPAC IPO: A Second Success for WebMD Founder Jeff Arnold?

Alignment Healthcare aims to raise up to $516M in IPO

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Alignment Healthcare, an insurtech startup, has launched its IPO and plans to price its individual shares between $17 and $19. The company offers Medicare Advantage plans and says it uses predictive analytics technology to pinpoint seniors’ care needs.

Inside Owlet’s SPAC IPO: From Smart Sock Baby Monitor to Data-Driven Pediatric Healthcare Co

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By JESSICA DaMASSA, WTF HEALTH Oh Baby! Connected digital nursery startup, Owlet Baby Care, just announced their SPAC IPO and intention to take their infant smart sock from baby monitor to FDA-approved medical device. I talk with Owlet’s co-founder & CEO, Kurt Workman, to find… Read More »Inside Owlet’s SPAC IPO: From Smart Sock Baby Monitor to Data-Driven Pediatric Healthcare Co

Four takeaways from Alignment’s IPO filing

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Insurance startup Alignment Healthcare filed preliminary paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission to go public. It’s another healthcare startup that is banking on the value of its technology in an IPO.

Oscar Health looks to raise $1B in IPO

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Insurance startup Oscar Health plans to price its IPO between $32 and $34 per share.  The New York-based startup plans to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “OSCR.”

Signify Health goes public in upsized IPO

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Signify Health, a company that provides services for value-based care programs, went public on Thursday in an upsized IPO. The company’s stock began trading at $24 per share, above its expected range of $20 to $21 per share.

4 takeaways from 23&Me’s planned SPAC deal

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Consumer DNA testing company 23andMe plans to go public through a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company started by Virgin Group. As sales of DNA testing kits wane, how will 23andMe drum up new interest for its business?

Value-based care platform Signify Health files for IPO

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Signify Health, a startup that provides in-home healthcare services and value=based payment programs, filed early paperwork for an IPO. The company plans to be traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “SGFY.”

Augmedix goes public through reverse merger

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The company, which offers a remote scribe services, secured $25 million in private placement financing and began trading publicly on the OTC markets after a reverse merger with Malo Holdings.

GoodRx files to go public

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GoodRx, a digital health startup that helps users track prescription drug prices, filed for an IPO on Friday. The company hasn’t yet priced its shares, but plans to be listed on Nasdaq as “GDRX.”

Portable dialysis company Outset Medical files for IPO

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Outset Medical, a San Jose-based company making portable dialysis machines, filed the initial paperwork for an IPO. The company has not yet set a price range for its stock, but said it plans to raise roughly $100 million.

Primary care startup Oak Street Health goes public for $328M

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Oak Street Health, which operates primary care centers for Medicare patients, went public on Thursday for $328 million. Its capitation payment model has helped the company continue on where many clinics have struggled during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Report: GoodRx files for IPO

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GoodRx, a startup that makes tools for comparing the price of prescription drugs, is looking to go public, according to a report by Reuters. The company reportedly submitted paperwork to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Oak Street Health files for IPO

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Oak Street Health, a Chicago-based company that operates primary care centers for Medicare patients, filed initial IPO paperwork on Friday. The company has not yet priced the offering, but it plans to use the proceeds to repay a loan and grow its business.