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Series C | Alive

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Last Raised

$60M | 10 mos ago

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+10 points in the past 30 days

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About Eden Health

Eden Health eliminates the hassle of healthcare for employers and their employees. It is a kind of doctor’s office that combines a private primary care practice, 24/7 telemedicine, and personalized insurance navigation into one simple platform. Eden provides an experience that employees love and saves employers money with seamless, data-driven healthcare.

Eden Health Headquarter Location

355 Madison Avenue

New York, New York, 10017,

United States

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30 Under 30 In Healthcare 2022: Boosting Equity Through Activism, Big Data And Automation

Dec 1, 2021

GUERIN BLASK FOR FORBES These entrepreneurs, researchers and future physicians are shaking up the status quo offering innovative solutions to issues of health equity and access. W hen Victor Lopez-Carmen, 27, was accepted into Harvard Medical School, Chief Arvol Looking Horse of the Oceti Sakowin told him he would be more than just a medical student. He would be a representative of the Dakota people. “Native boys and girls from my Tribe have never seen themselves in a doctor,” says Lopez-Carmen (known as Waokiya Mani in the Dakota language), who advocates for Indigenous issues on the international level as elected co-chair of the United Nations Global Indigenous Youth Caucus. When he graduates from medical school, Lopez-Carmen will be the first male doctor enrolled in the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe. From founding a grant-funded program to translate accurate Covid-19 information in over 40 Indigenous languages to developing an Indigenous pipeline program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Lopez-Carmen is working to ensure the needs of the least represented group in healthcare are heard and considered. He is just one rising star from this year’s 30 Under 30 Healthcare list , which includes entrepreneurs, researchers and future physicians, who are shaking up the status quo and using activism, data and technology to solve issues of health equity and access. Raised in Compton, California, LaShyra “Lash” Nolen, 26, is now working to right the racial injustice and lack of healthcare access she saw in her community growing up. In January 2021, Nolen, who is also a medical student at Harvard, founded Boston-based We Got Us to address disparities in vaccine access and vaccine misinformation in communities of color. Emmanuella Asabor, 29, an M.D.-Ph.D. Candidate at the Yale School of Medicine seeks to “illuminate the impact of structural racism on health” from examining the rate of fatal police shootings of unarmed Black victims to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on marginalized communities. Her research has demonstrated that racial segregation prevents access to Covid-19 testing in the most populous US cities. As the Covid-19 pandemic illuminated healthcare disparities, it also underscored the need for the pharma and biotech industry to diversify the patients included in clinical trials not just for Covid vaccines and treatments but much more broadly. Around 75% of clinical trial participants for drugs approved by the FDA in 2020 were white, even though non-white racial and ethnic groups account for around 40% of the U.S. population. When the FDA issued guidance around enhancing clinical trial diversity at the end of last year, Ariel Katz, 28, was ready. “This is honestly the proudest I've been in my career. It directly impacts the patient, it’s good for society and it’s more inclusive medicine.” —Ariel Katz, 28, cofounder and CEO, H1 With New York-based startup H1, cofounder and CEO Katz, has raised $171 million for the company’s data platform to help pharma and biotech companies figure out the best doctor to involve in a clinical trial. The team quickly spun up new product features including patient demographic data. “It's a really hard data problem to pull this all together,” says Katz. “This is honestly the proudest I've been in my career. It directly impacts the patient, it’s good for society and it’s more inclusive medicine.” With Curebase, Tom Lemberg, 29, is on a mission “to enable any patient, anywhere to participate in clinical trials.” The founder and CEO has raised $19 million to develop software to “decentralize” trials out of elite medical institutions and into local, community hospitals, which means more than 40% of Curebase patients are people of color, nearly double the industry average. When it comes to expanding access to healthcare services, technology plays a key role, even if it may not be patient-facing. With Osana Salud, Charu Sharma, 29, is building the back-end infrastructure to digitize healthcare data mostly in Latin America. As the cofounder and president of the company, which has raised $26.5 million, Sharma helps providers, insurers and the pharma industry standup telemedicine, online prescriptions and patient monitoring functions. Derek Lo, 26, founded Medallion, which has raised $50 million, to automate some of the back office functions every digital health startup, health system and insurer needs. Its software helps with multi-state licensing for providers, as well as enrollment and contracting with health insurers. Growing up, Akilesh Bapu, 24, watched his father, a clinical oncologist, spend hours in the evening and on weekends catching up on paperwork for his patients. With DeepScribe, Bapu and cofounder Matthew Ko, 26, have built an AI-powered medical scribe that automates clinical documentation for physicians. The company just closed a $30 million Series A. These are only a few of the incredible finalists on this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Healthcare list . Be sure to read up on all of them, plus all of the other 30 Under 30 2022 categories . The Forbes 30 Under 30 Healthcare list was created using nominations from a variety of sources. It was edited by staff writer Katie Jennings and senior editor Alex Knapp . The judges for the healthcare list were Toyin Ajayi, president of Cityblock Health; Aneesh Chopra, president of CareJourney; Matt McCambridge, cofounder and CEO of Eden Health and an alumnus of the 2021 Under 30 Healthcare list; and Deena Shakir, partner at Lux Capital. Thank you to them and everyone who nominated candidates. 30 UNDER 30 RELATED ARTICLES

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