Healthie, which provides tech infrastructure for digital care and digital well being firms, raised $16 million in a Sequence A spherical led by Velvet Sea Ventures.
Different members within the elevate embody Greymatter Capital, Watershed, Builders VC, a buyer syndicate, and greater than 60 angel traders.
The startup beforehand raised $1.9 million in pre-seed and seed funding.
WHAT IT DOES
Healthie offers operations instruments for different firms implementing and scaling digital care. A few of their choices embody a shopper administration portal, digital consumption, scheduling, telehealth, billing and fee software program, an EHR, and a cellular app.
“This funding permits us to strengthen the platform on which hundreds of digital well being firms are constructing their buyer experiences. We’re empowering our clients to vary how shoppers obtain healthcare and the way suppliers ship take care of tens of millions of sufferers, with a purpose of adjusting affected person outcomes at scale,” CEO and cofounder and CEO Erica Jain stated in an announcement.
Although outpatient visits carried out via telehealth have declined because the starting of the COVID-19 pandemic, visits had been nonetheless elevated in comparison with the pre-pandemic period, in line with an evaluation by Epic Analysis and the Kaiser Household Basis printed earlier this yr.
FAIR Well being discovered telehealth made up 4.9% of all medical declare strains nationally in April after two months of decline.
One other firm within the telehealth companies house is Wheel, which introduced a $150 million Sequence C elevate in January. The digital care tech and staffing vendor additionally raised $50 million in 2021.
In the meantime Truepill, which provides instruments like telehealth, a digital pharmacy, prescription delivery and success, scored $142 million in Sequence D funding in October 2021. The corporate has additionally offered COVID-19 mitigation instruments for employers.
Enterprise-to-business telehealth firm SteadyMD just lately introduced it had acquired BlocHealth, a clinician licensing and credentialing platform. The startup raised $25 million in Sequence B funding final yr.