Multimodal healthcare provider Carbon Health has completed a massive $ 350 million investment round led by Blackstone’s Horizon platform. The new capital increases the valuation of Carbon Health to $ 3.3 billion. Forbes reported.
Other investments came from Atreides, Homebrew, Hudson Bay Capital, Intersect Capital, Fifth Wall, Lux Capital, Silver Lake Waterman, Dragoneer Investment Group and Brookfield Technology Partners.
A group of individual investors also participated in the action, including David Clark, CEO of Amazon Worldwide Consumer, Co-Founder of Salesforce and CTO Parker Harris, Founding Board Member of Salesforce and Executive Chair of Informed Magdalena Yesil, Stripe Head of Banking Karim Temsamani, activists Shepard and Amanda Fairey, NBA players Klay Thompson and Khris Middleton, MLB players Nolan Arenado and Matt Chapman, MLS soccer player Weston McKinnie and former NFL player Alex Smith.
Carbon Health plans to use the money to drive expansion to become “the largest primary care provider in the US”.
“We believe everyone deserves great health and that there is still a tremendous opportunity to fill the immense healthcare gap that has widened during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Eren Bali, Co-Founder and CEO of Carbon Health, in a statement.
“This investment enables Carbon Health to bring our unique range of high quality – but not expensive – health care to even more people in the United States. with no hidden fees or membership requirements. “
Digital mental health company Woebot Health has raised $ 90 million in a Series B funding round jointly led by existing investor JAZZ Venture Partners and Temasek.
Other investments came from funds and accounts managed by BlackRock Private Equity Partners, Owl Ventures, Mirae Asset Capital, Kicker Ventures, Alumni Ventures, Gaingels, as well as existing investors NEA and AI Fund.
Best known for its conversational chatbot, Woebot, which supports adults and teenagers struggling with anxiety or depression, as well as new mothers and people with addictions. Studies show that Woebot can build relationships with users similar to real therapists.
The company will use the funds to further develop its platform and related technology, advance its digital therapeutic candidates, and grow its team.
b.well Connected Health, a patient-centric health management platform, raised $ 32 million in an oversubscribed Series B funding round.
The new investor HLM Venture Partners led the round with additional support from the existing investors ThedaCare, UnityPoint Health Ventures and Well Ventures – a subsidiary of the Walgreens Boots Alliance. Along with his investment, HLM General Partner Steven Tolle joined b.well’s Board of Directors.
“Our platform for digital transformation helps healthcare organizations and self-insured employers to provide their patients, members and employees with unparalleled and personalized healthcare,” said Kristen Valdes, CEO and founder of b.well, in a statement.
“Consumers have become accustomed to technology that makes banking, travel and shopping easier and more convenient. More than ever, more than ever, they are demanding the same level of comfort when it comes to managing their health and that of their loved ones. We thank our investors for their strong support for our vision of creating simple, connected and personalized healthcare pathways. “
b.well will invest the money in increasing market penetration and further developing its product. The platform connects a patient’s health records, financial information, wearable data and more, while also connecting the user experience so customers can earn points and rewards.
Omnichannel fitness company CITYROW raised $ 12 million in Series A funding led by JW Asset Management. The round also included Sol Global and K2.
The company’s rowing courses are available on request via the CITYROW digital platform or in person in one of the 11 studios.
CITYROW will use the money to improve its digital platform and grow its studios.
“With access to additional capital, CITYROW will launch live streaming, expand the number and types of courses offered, and further strengthen our proprietary performance tracking and measurement platform,” said Helaine Knapp, founder and CEO of CITYROW, in a statement.
“Other key initiatives include strengthening our operations, building a more seamless integration between the studio and home experience, and expanding our studio presence to provide an unparalleled experience for thousands of people who rely on CITYROW to drive their fitness regimes to offer.”
Biospectal, a Swiss software company for remote patient monitoring and biosensing, has announced the completion of a $ 4.3 million seed funding round.
SeedLink led the round together with LabCorp, Athensmed, Privilege Ventures and other European and US investors.
The company will use the funds to scale its smartphone blood pressure monitoring app, OptiBP, and its data platform worldwide. The technology turns smartphones into blood pressure monitors by using the camera to record the blood flow of a user in the fingertip. OptiBP for Android launched in public beta in January, and OptiBP for iOS is slated for the second half of 2021.
“Biospectal’s technology has the ability to transform the global network of smartphones into a connected, clinical-grade blood pressure monitoring platform that moves clinical skills out of traditional institutional settings,” said Eliott Jones, CEO and co-founder of Biospectal, in one Explanation .
Digital mental health company Oliva raised $ 2.2 million in seed money led by Moonfire Ventures. TechCrunch reported. The round also included support from angel investors from Amazon, Booking.com, DogBuddy, Typeform, Hotjar, TravelPerk and others.
Oliva creates a bespoke mental health model for employees through therapist matching, care navigation, and support from a personalized care team. The company offers virtual therapies and tracks users’ progress.
The company has not specified what the funds will be used for.