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everlyhealth.com

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Secondary Market | Alive

Total Raised

$255.55M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$75M | 1 yr ago

Revenue

$0000 

About Everly Health

Everly Health provides an e-commerce platform that enables customers to buy a variety of test kits online, collect their sample at home, and get informative results without visiting a lab or doctor's office. The platform offers various at-home lab tests including sexual health, thyroid, metabolism, men's health, and breast milk DHA testing, which the company is the exclusive provider of in the U.S.

Everly Health Headquarter Location

823 Congress Ave

Austin, Texas, 78701,

United States

512-643-7060

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Expert Collections containing Everly Health

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Everly Health is included in 10 Expert Collections, including Women's Health & Wellness.

W

Women's Health & Wellness

1,469 items

Startups focused on providing products and services catering to women's health and wellbeing.

U

Unicorns- Billion Dollar Startups

1,170 items

B

Beauty & Personal Care

858 items

These startups aim to provide health treatments, diagnosis tools, and products that do not require a prescription or connection with a health professional to enhance personal wellbeing. This includes supplements, women's health maintenance, OTC medicines, and more.

M

Medical Devices

8,384 items

Companies developing medical devices (per the IMDRF's definition of "medical device"). Includes software, lab-developed tests (LDTs), and combination products. *Columns updated as regularly as possible.

H

Health Monitoring & Diagnostics

3,436 items

Companies developing or offering products that aid in the assessment, screening, diagnosis, or monitoring of a person's state of health/wellness. Excludes companies focused solely on fitness/sports performance

D

Diabetes

1,750 items

Latest Everly Health News

The Supreme Court Just Struck Down Roe v. Wade. Female Founders Registered Their Dissent

Jun 24, 2022

The decision marks the end of 49 years of legal precedent for abortion. Now, safe access may fall more heavily to the private sector. Abortion-rights activists Carrie McDonald and Soraya Bata react to the Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on June 24, 2022 in Washington, DC. Photo: Getty Images On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court struck down the constitutional right to an abortion in its  Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision. This decision marks the end of 49 years of legal precedent for abortion access, which began with the Roe v. Wade decision, passed in 1973. After the court released its response Friday morning--which has been anticipated for weeks--entrepreneurs responded by voicing their own dissent. Some founders have shared how they will continue to support their employee's access to an abortion, in spite of SCOTUS's decision. "In light of today's devastating Supreme Court decision surrounding Roe v. Wade, it's clear that the responsibility to uphold women's reproductive rights in this country falls increasingly on the private sector," says Alina Vandenberghe, co-founder and co-CEO of the remote, New York City-headquartered software company, Chili Piper , which has employees worldwide. Chili Piper has instituted a policy that will pay for temporary relocation, as well as all healthcare costs for any employees needing access to reproductive care in states that refuse to provide it, Vandenberghe shared. Some large companies including Yelp, Salesforce, Citigroup, and Bumble have instituted similar plans, though there are some legal restrictions that businesses should carefully navigate. In January, after legal decisions in Texas and Mississippi restricted abortion access in those states, the New York City-based financial services company Alloy released a new policy, in addition to its typical healthcare benefits, to provide financial support for employees facing reduced abortion access. Legal expenses related to anti-abortion laws covered up to 50 percent, and they will receive $1,500 toward travel expenses for procedures taking them out of state. The company also provides $1,500 to cover out-of-pocket medical costs, co-founder Laura Spiekerman shared in a statement. Kiki Freedman, CEO and founder of the Los Angeles-based medical abortion provider  Hey Jane  released a statement condemning the court's decision: "While this is a devastating blow to people across the country, especially Black and Brown people, low-income people, and young people, as a telemedicine provider of safe and effective medication abortion, Hey Jane will continue treating patients and providing high-quality abortion access." Hey Jane currently operates in six states: California, Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, New York, and Washington. For people outside of these states, Hey Jane recommends the non-profit Plan C , which helps people in states that don't allow telehealth abortion to access abortion pills through workarounds like online pharmacies and mail forwarding. The Roe v. Wade decision has implications for fertility-focused companies, too, notes Halle Tecco, founder of the fertility and pregnancy supplement company Natalist , which was acquired by Everly Health in 2021. In a statement she shared on social media, Tecco explained how SCOTUS's ruling may impact fertility treatments like IVF: "personhood laws," which proposed to give rights to fertilized eggs, were unconstitutional under Roe. After this decision, states may enact those laws. If fertilized eggs are considered legal humans, anything that puts them at risk may be considered a criminal violation. As a result, the decision can have serious consequences for fertility doctors, embryologists, and families seeking fertility care, Tecco explained. Other entrepreneurs have taken to social media to share resources and information in the wake of the decision. Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms  shared a statement on Instagram , and pointed her followers towards actions they can take, including donating to abortion funds, referring people in need of abortions to the abortion-access resource  ineedana.com , and educating themselves on medical abortion pills. More than 330 business leaders, including Rent the Runway's Jennifer Hyman, have also signed the Don't Ban Equality statement, which was first created in 2019 in response to increased restrictions on reproductive healthcare. The statement affirms that businesses believe abortion bans "go against their company values and negatively affect efforts to promote equality in the workplace, putting businesses, communities, and the economy at risk." Hyman adds: "We believe that reproductive rights are healthcare and we support equal access to healthcare." Rent the Runway, the entrepreneur affirms, will offer employees consistent access to healthcare benefits regardless of where they live. The company also covers the cost of traveling for access to any approved medical procedure, should that procedure not be available in the employee's state of residence. As business owners process the news, they will have to consider how they might also provide workarounds for employees, and what legal protections they must take if so. Even prior to SCOTUS's decision, some companies started reconsidered their hiring strategies; St. Louis Park, Minnesota-based inventory management system SoStocked, for one, has shifted its hiring to in-state , where abortion remains legal, while taking time to figure out coverage for out-of-state employees. Jun 24, 2022

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  • When was Everly Health founded?

    Everly Health was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Everly Health's headquarters?

    Everly Health's headquarters is located at 823 Congress Ave, Austin.

  • What is Everly Health's latest funding round?

    Everly Health's latest funding round is Secondary Market.

  • How much did Everly Health raise?

    Everly Health raised a total of $255.55M.

  • Who are the investors of Everly Health?

    Investors of Everly Health include HealthQuest Capital, Highland Capital Partners, Goodwater Capital, Foresite Capital, Morningside Venture Partners and 15 more.

  • Who are Everly Health's competitors?

    Competitors of Everly Health include Hello Cake, Viome, 23andMe, Scanwell Health, Cue Health and 13 more.

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