StageSeries D | Alive
Last Raised$110M | 2 yrs ago
About Vida Health
Vida Health is a virtual care company that combines a human-centric approach with technology to address chronic physical and behavioral health conditions. The company provides personalized digital therapeutic programs combined with real human health coaching & therapy through a mobile & online platform that supports individuals in managing & reversing conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, depression, anxiety, stress, asthma, & more. The platform integrates individual expert care with machine learning & remote monitoring to deliver lasting behavior change, health outcomes & cost savings.
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Vida Health's Products & Differentiators
Vida Cardiometabolic Health
People with cardiometabolic conditions — like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and high cholesterol — also tend to have overlapping mental health conditions, like stress, depression, and anxiety. Since our founding, Vida has integrated physical and mental care into one seamless experience. Our whole-health cardiometabolic product simplifies the member experience and avoids the cost and complexity of deploying multiple point solutions. Delivered through weekly 1:1 video sessions and anytime text messaging, Vida brings together the power of human connection, expert coaching, cognitive behavioral principles, prescribing/medication management, nutritional expertise, and clinical rigor to drive the long-term behaviors that support member health and help shift the course of chronic disease.
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Expert Collections containing Vida Health
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Vida Health is included in 15 Expert Collections, including HR Tech.
HR tech startups are helping companies manage critical pain points in HR processes such as recruitment, automation, career development, compensation, and benefits management, through a mix of software and services.
Companies developing and enabling evidence-based, software-driven therapeutic interventions to prevent, manage, or treat a medical disorder or disease. (*Scope follows the Digital Therapeutics Alliance definition)
Mental Health Tech
This collection includes companies applying technology to problems of emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Examples include companies working in areas such as substance abuse, eating disorders, stress reduction, depression, PTSD, and anxiety.
This Collection includes startups developing software and technology to augment approaches to developing or maintaining physical fitness, including workout apps, wearables, and connected fitness equipment.
HLTH is a healthcare event bringing together startups and large companies from pharma, health insurance, business intelligence, and more to discuss the shifting landscape of healthcare
This collection includes startups selling AI SaaS, using AI algorithms to develop their core products, and those developing hardware to support AI workloads.
Latest Vida Health News
Mar 23, 2023
Gregg says Prudential has been working diligently to address the mental health and well-being of their 41,000-person workforce: that involves a partnership with mental health provider Lyra, as well as continuous leadership training to help identify employee needs and combat mental health stigma. Additionally, the company has instituted recharge days and meeting-free Fridays to help people balance their work responsibilities and maintain healthy balance . Gregg gets into the details and shares what else they have in store this year. How has Prudential's approach to mental well-being changed over the last three years? Prudential has a very strong culture around employee well-being, and even pre-pandemic, had been supporting well-being with things like on-site therapy or manager training. But with the pandemic, we set out to have a clearer strategy around mental well-being, and really worked cross-functionally to drive more of an enterprise strategy to improve the culture, reduce stigma , raise awareness, and help leaders be as empathetic as possible, because this is what is going to be really important in getting this right. We certainly have our health plan network of mental health support. But I will tell you that we were a little disappointed in how the health carriers have established a network. There's a huge gap in this country between the supply and the demand , and the carrier networks are woefully not carrying the load. So we've augmented our health network with Lyra as our EAP vendor, and offer 10 free visits a year. We also have coaching, we've got telehealth, we're continuing to do webinars, we're continuing to support the business. But I think getting this right will take a village going forward. Prudential's VP of employee benefits, Andrew Gregg How important is leadership involvement in improving outcomes and increasing engagement? We're doing more manager training and employee training about awareness around mental well-being, and refreshing employee communications around how they can get access and seek that help. I think the days of more stoic leaders might not be what people are looking to experience in the new world. I think they want to see a company and its leadership and managers just acknowledge and feel comfortable expressing their issues and then have their colleagues work with them. What I try to do is just listen carefully to their needs, as well as things like less after-hours emails, taking PTO really seriously — these are simple things, but they matter. I think we are very fortunate in our ability to work remotely and I try to take that into consideration and allow people the level of flexibility they need to do their work based on what they desire. You mentioned the gap between supply and demand when it comes to mental health care — what benefits are you turning to address that? Through our partnership with Lyra, they can go out and reach therapists who are not part of a broad network. If they meet the various criteria of Lyra's quality scores, they will help in administering their office, and pay them more than what the carriers pay. That really broadened the network, and lowered the cost. We also have TelaDoc that does telehealth, and we also use Vida Health for lifestyle coaching, nutrition and diet, things of that nature, and even into some aspects of mental health. We rolled out a lifestyle spending account in the middle of last year, which was a $1,000 taxable award that you could use for well-being purposes — you buy a treadmill, you can get reimbursed, things like that. We also have challenges where you can accumulate money into that lifestyle account. So we're watching as that settles in, but the participation has been huge. Looking ahead, what are you focusing on specifically this year to invest in around employee well-being? We're continuing to evolve our mental health strategy — we just rolled out some employee training and we've had good participation in those. We've done more webinars with storytelling, which is a very meaningful and impactful way to understand, appreciate and raise awareness and show how just lending a hand can help people. If we want to differentiate as a company, getting the well-being space right will make a difference in attracting and retaining employees in the future. I believe that always, but now so more than ever.
Vida Health Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Vida Health founded?
Vida Health was founded in 2014.
Where is Vida Health's headquarters?
Vida Health's headquarters is located at 100 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
What is Vida Health's latest funding round?
Vida Health's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Vida Health raise?
Vida Health raised a total of $188M.
Who are the investors of Vida Health?
Investors of Vida Health include Aspect Ventures, Canvas Ventures, NGP Capital, Workday Ventures, Ally Bridge Group and 18 more.
Who are Vida Health's competitors?
Competitors of Vida Health include Elda Health, ZealCare, Hello Heart, Omada Health, Lyra Health and 9 more.
What products does Vida Health offer?
Vida Health's products include Vida Cardiometabolic Health.
Who are Vida Health's customers?
Customers of Vida Health include Boeing, Bass Pro Shop and Self-Insured Schools of California.
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