B2B2C is as mangled as it sounds

October 26, 2015

"B2B2C is as mangled as it sounds," Amino Health founder David Vivero testified during our Consumer Adoption webinar. Luckily the B2C healthcare space saw some huge advancements last week.

  • Amino debuted to give patients a clearer picture of their health using 3.9B healthcare data points.
  • For the 32% of consumers considering getting genetic services, the FDA cleared 23andMe to re-launch their health information product.
  • Lantern introduced its CBT-based mobile stress program (because let's face it, being a founder can be one of the least healthy times in life).


Walgreens Scrutinizing Theranos Testing
Tweet | The Wall Street Journal

Epic Fail: Why Has Digitization Of US Medical Records Flopped?
Tweet | Mother Jones

Tests Of New Features On HealthCare.gov Go To The Wire
Tweet | The New York Times

Bill Maris: Your Genome Isn't Really Secret
Tweet | Bloomberg

Do-It-Yourself Medical Technology
Tweet | Slate

Why Biomedical Superstars Are Signing On With Google
Tweet | Scientific American

Nike Just Sent Michael J. Fox The First Self-Lacing Shoes
Tweet | TechCrunch

Can Yelp Track Outbreaks Of Food Poisoning?
Tweet | The Atlantic

Stanford Researchers Treat Autism With Google Glass
Tweet | TechCrunch

Rock Health In The News

Employer Insurance Services Company Collective Health Raises $81M
Tweet | The New York Times

Amino Harnesses Health Industry Data For Consumers
Tweet | The New York Times

Mental Health Startup Lantern Launches Tool To Manage Stress
Tweet | TechCrunch



Company Amt Investors Source
Collective Health $81M Google Ventures, NEA, Founders Fund, Maverick Capital, Red Point Ventures, RRE Ventures The New York Times
Amino $19.4M Accel, Charles River Ventures, Rock Health The New York Times
hc1.com $13.2M Brad Bostic, SCM Specialty Finance Opportunities Fund MedCity News
Portal $10M 5AM Ventures FierceMedical Devices
Surgical Theater $9M HTC Corporation, Shanghai Creation Investment Management Crain's Cleveland Business
Science 37 $6.5M dRx Capital, Lux Capital MobiHealthNews
RxWiki $5.8M Milestone Partners, LiveOak Venture Partners Austin Business Journal
inMediata $4M HealthQuest Capital Yahoo
Redox $3.5M .406 Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners, HealthX Ventures MobiHealthNews
The Right Place $2M Angels Marketwired

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