Brave Care leverages its technology and data platform to provide primary and urgent care for children. It provides care remotely and through its five brick-and-mortar clinics, which it plans to expand to 100 in the next few years.
The company, which provides telemedicine and digital programs focused on maternal health, will use the funds raised to expand its services to new populations, including international patients and Medicaid members.
Ginger, a startup that provides therapy, coaching and other mental health services through an app, is expanding its service to teens ages 13-17. The company plans to roll out the service to some of its members starting next month.
Register for the INVEST Precision Medicine conference, which kicks off today. Over the next three days industry experts will talk about precision medicine developments across pediatrics, bioinformatics, startups and more.
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