The Stork Club employee family planning platform added $ 30 million in new funding through a Series A cycle.
The round was led by General Catalyst and included participation from existing investors Bowery Capital and Slow Ventures, as well as angel investors Jack Altman, founder of Lattice, Zach Sims, founder of Codecademy, Oleg Rogynskyy, founder of People.ai, and Kevin Mahaffey, Founder of Lookout.
Stork Club is offered as an employee benefit to guide workers through the parenting journey, with services ranging from IVF and child adoption to postpartum recovery and newborn care . The company did not specify what the funds would be used for.
“Modern families include working women, older couples, and LGBTQ + couples looking to have children. They are no longer a heterosexual couple with children in their twenties, but the traditional healthcare model does not support these types of families, ”Jeni Mayorskaya, founder and CEO of the Stork Club, said in a statement. “It is time for our health care model to adapt to the times and provide services to all types of people. By rethinking healthcare from the ground up, we have the opportunity to make it a win-win solution for people and organizations, delivering better care leading to better outcomes for people and saving businesses millions. on health care costs.
Semper Health, a behavior-based healthcare pricing platform, closed a $ 15 million Series B funding round led by Blue Venture Fund, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Sandbox.
Additional investors such as UPMC Enterprises, Rethink Impact, LifeForce Capital and Industry Ventures also participated in the round.
Semper offers patients discounts on their prescriptions when they refill them on time, in the hope of improving treatment adherence. The company is partnering with health plans and working with pharmaceutical manufacturers to provide patients with savings.
With the new funding, Semper will establish new partnerships with payers and pharmaceutical companies to expand its user base.
Obesity telemedicine platform Form Health recently announced a $ 12 million Series A funding round led by M13 with participation from SignalFire and NextView Ventures.
The company provides personalized, virtual weight loss care to consumers in 21 states.
Form plans to use the funding to fuel the growth of the business.
“Form Health provides patients with access to an empathetic, medically-trained team when and where it suits them best,” Evan Richardson, Founder and CEO of Form Health, said in a statement. “In Texas, the average distance between a Form Health patient and a doctor is 160 miles. The ability to offer clinicians at the American Board of Obesity Medicine via telehealth is key to unlocking true access for patients, the vast majority of whom do not have access to convenient and timely medical care for obesity. . In the coming months, Form Health is excited to increase awareness, expand insurance coverage, serve many more patients, and enable healthier lives without judgment and stigma.
Ksana Health, a platform working to integrate hard data into mental health care, has raised $ 2 million in seed funding. re.Mind Capital led the round with additional participation from WPSS Investments, Panoramic Ventures, Telosity Fund, Palo Santo Venture Fund and Able Partners.
The company’s latest digital health solution, Vira, will be driven by the Anthem digital incubator. Vira converts quantifiable behavioral patterns collected by smartphones into actionable and objective information for practitioners and their patients.
“One of the biggest problems with mental health services is that they are stuck in the office or limited to weekly Zoom calls,” Ksana Health CEO and co-founder Dr Nick Allen said in a statement. “The Vira platform enables practitioners to work more efficiently by using real-time data to develop personalized interventions that respond to patients where they are. “
Ksana did not specify what the funding would be used for.