Maven Clinic, a digital girls’s and household healthcare supplier, introduced Tuesday it raised $110 million in Sequence D funding, bringing the clinic’s funding complete to greater than $200 million.
The spherical was led by Dragoneer Funding Group and Lux Capital, with participation from BOND, Oprah Winfrey and present buyers Sequoia, Oak HC/FT and Icon Ventures.
Maven mentioned it plans to make use of the funding to increase into new affected person populations and put money into new merchandise.
“The digital period for girls’s and household well being has arrived,” Kate Ryder, founder and CEO of Maven, mentioned in an announcement. “For much too lengthy, this house has been under-researched, undersized, and under-innovated, and, in consequence, it is profoundly underperforming, failing sufferers throughout a number of the most difficult occasions of their lives.
“With the assist of our new and present buyers, Maven will be capable of ship on the promise of digital well being for girls and households in every single place, providing personalised care that meets them the place they’re.”
Earlier this yr, Maven added a Scientific Advisory Board to enhance the corporate’s fertility, maternity, parenting and pediatric scientific programming. One board member, Dr. Neel Shah, grew to become Maven’s first chief medical officer in July.
The clinic has additionally been increasing its digital instruments choices. Final yr it launched a parenting and pediatric care product, developed a software that helped mother and father make selections about sending their youngsters to high school throughout COVID-19 and acquired the parent-child relationship app Brilliant Parenting.
Fertility benefits-manager Carrot Fertility raised $75 million in Sequence C funding, with Tiger International Administration main the spherical.
OrbiMed additionally participated, together with present buyers F-Prime, CRV, U.S. Enterprise Companions and Silicon Valley Financial institution.
The corporate mentioned it is going to use the cash to increase its fertility merchandise for employers and well being plans.
“Democratizing entry to fertility healthcare for employers in a means that’s versatile, customizable and international is on the core of our mission,” Tammy Solar, CEO and cofounder of Carrot, mentioned in an announcement.
“We’re thrilled to welcome our new monetary companions on this journey as we double down on merchandise that serve employers and well being plans in ways in which [reduce] overspending, [improve] the member expertise, and [help] them construct world-class groups in a aggressive expertise warfare.”
ClosedLoop.ai, a knowledge science platform that goals to make use of synthetic intelligence and machine studying in healthcare, scooped up $34 million in Sequence B financing.
The spherical was led by Telstra Ventures with participation from Breyer Capital, Greycroft Ventures, .406 Ventures and Healthfirst. Former CMMI director Adam Boehler and former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano additionally participated on this spherical.
Earlier this yr, ClosedLoop received the Facilities for Medicare and Medicaid Companies’ Synthetic Intelligence Well being Outcomes Problem, a multistage contest to foretell Medicare beneficiaries’ well being outcomes.
“As progress buyers, we’re at all times looking out for world-class entrepreneurs with the imaginative and prescient and experience to construct and scale nice merchandise that disrupt large markets,” Marcus Bartram, a founder and common associate at Telstra Ventures, mentioned in an announcement. “In healthcare, the place service calls for and prices are ever growing, ClosedLoop is clearly one thing particular.”
Group emotional assist platform Circles introduced it raised $8 million in seed funding. This spherical was led by NFX and Flint Capital with participation from Sir Ronald Cohen, Jeff Swartz and different buyers.
Circles connects people who find themselves experiencing life challenges just like the dying of a beloved one or a divorce and lets them be part of group conferences performed by knowledgeable therapist. The corporate mentioned it plans to make use of the capital to increase its providers to different areas, corresponding to LGBTQ+ points, folks coping with continual sickness or ones caring for a sick member of the family.
“This need to attach with others who’re going by means of the identical challenges typically means we wind up on Fb teams or these different unstructured on-line boards, however these retailers don’t allow the kinds of significant connections wanted to assist folks really feel higher,” Irad Eichler, founder and CEO of Circles, mentioned in an announcement. “With Circles, folks by no means should face their struggles alone.”