The company, which offers an AI platform that provides personalized health coaching for chronic disease patients, will use the new funds to invest in research and development and to expand its virtual integrations with health plans and employers.
The company is planning to use the newly raised funds to scale its remote patient monitoring solution, which integrates data from wearables and patient-reported symptoms to give clinicians a virtual view into patients’ health at home. The company’s plans also include doubling its workforce this year.
The health insurance technology company has raised $15 million in a Series A funding round. It will use the funds to expand access to its supplemental health plan nationwide and engage in new partnerships.
With the new funds, the health data optimization and interoperability company will invest in product development. The latest funding round was led by Centene Corp.