Carta empowers hospitals to personalize the delivery of care to the individual needs of each patient. The approach Carta Healthcare is advocating and enabling is to: find past patients similar to the current one being treated; quantify what exactly happened to them during their journey through the hospital (this is where our model comes in) and; use machine learning to project what the particular patient in question will need, and what the patient can expect their experience to be in the hospital. Carta was founded in 2017 and is based in Palo Alto, California, United States.
Nice Healthcare is the leader in “Frictionless Primary Care”, primary care in which financial friction and access friction has been eliminated for both patients and clinicians. Nice Healthcare brings healthcare services into the patient's home using a combination of in-person and virtual visits. Nice contracts directly with employers to provide unlimited access to its service under a transparent and capitated rate of $30 - $36 per employee per month. Dependents are free and there are no visit fees billed to the patients for any of Nice’s services which include in-home primary care visits, virtual visits, 550+ prescriptions, in-home labs, in-home x-rays, and virtual physical therapy and chronic condition management.
Provider of advanced healthcare analytics intended to succeed in value-based care. The company's services provide data science as a service, external and social determinants of health, notifies key life events and pathway variances to the right operational application, engages to a health system and incorporates multiple social boosts to enhance the accuracy of rising and risk identification, enabling clients to solve the most pressing challenges in value-based care.
Cured is one in which people are meaningfully connected to the right service in the right place at the right time. We all should be able to access care with ease—informed and comforted—inside and outside of a doctor’s office. Cured works with providers of care to unify people, process, and technology to dramatically improve experiences, efficiencies, and outcomes for those in need. We bring care full circle. Cured team has spent the last decade partnering with some of the largest and most prominent organizations in healthcare and life sciences to drive the adoption of enterprise technology and strategy. We created Cured to help those industry leaders with what we feel is this decade’s most important care delivery evolution—the ability to engage with and build lasting relationships with those they serve.
TimeDoc Health is the leading Virtual Care Management solutions and services provider that enables providers to receive reimbursement, optimize VBC performance, and deliver better care through Medicare programs like Chronic Care Management (CCM), Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), and Behavioral Health Integration (BHI). By combining advanced technology and a clinical nursing staff, TimeDoc augments existing client resources allowing them to reach an entire panel of patients on a monthly basis to close gaps in care, reduce costs, and deliver better clinical and financial outcomes.
Manifold is the applied AI company. Manifold’s AI Foundry brings together the infrastructure, algorithms, data, and multidisciplinary R&D team needed to rapidly forge market-ready products. Global companies partner with Manifold through joint discovery and development programs. Their offices are based in greater Boston and San Francisco.
Madaket is a SaaS-based solutions provider that connects healthcare providers and payers. It automates the healthcare enrollment process and sends the right information to each applicable payer. Madaket has exclusive partnerships with TriZetto Provider Solutions and HealthStream. Through its channel partners, the company has more than 300,000 providers in its system and over 325,000 additional providers under contract on their way into the service. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Madaket was launched by Mads Kvalsvik, Scott Soderstrom, Jim Dougherty, and Ted Achtem in 2012.
ProcessBolt has a unique platform to both automatically assess and continuously monitor vendor networks, along with an AI solution that extracts intelligence directly from vendor policy documents to populate security assessments and correlates that data with the vendor's attack surface intelligence. The 4th feature is a patent-pending solution for auto-populating security questionnaires and RFP's based on past questionnaires from the same enterprise
Plenful optimizes healthcare operations through workflow automation, OCR, Human-in-the-loop AI, and data centralization. We’re hiring! Backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Waterline Ventures, and other strong healthcare and software investors.
Koneksa Health is a healthcare data analytics company that helps researchers incorporate emerging technologies (bio-sensors, activity trackers, mobile-based questionnaires, etc.) into their clinical studies. Their Koneksa Compare software dashboard enables the collection, visualization, and analysis of these patient-generated data sets. Koneksa currently supports academic and life sciences researchers, expands the universe of data that can be analyzed while also removing subjective characteristics from clinical endpoints. It was founded in 2013 and is based in New York, United States.
Anagram is an insurance billing automation SaaS for doctors and patients. Anagram designs an online insurance and billing automation platform that helps ancillary healthcare providers check eligibility, calculate out-of-pocket costs, submit claims, and facilitate payments all in one location. Its platform assists healthcare professionals with the intricacies of health insurance networks, enabling healthcare professionals to leverage insurance benefits while avoiding the constraints of being in-network, and helping them to continue being or become a cash-pay practice. The company's base is located in Santa Monica, California. Anagram was founded in 2015 by Brett Plotzker, Jeremy Bluvol, and Kam Kudla.
Founded by a team of healthcare and fertility experts at Harvard, Legacy (YC S19) is changing outdated views around fertility and family planning by building a digital fertility clinic for men. As the leader in this space, we work with leading insurers, leading military partners, and leading fertility benefits providers partners in addition to our direct to consumer offering - simply order a kit online and have it shipped directly to your door. Investors include FirstMark Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Y Combinator, Section 32, TQ Ventures, and Tribe Capital and the company has raised over $15M in funding. You can learn more about the company in recent coverage by the Washington Post, Economist, New York Times, CNBC, and others. Meet us at https://www.givelegacy.com/team