With HLTH around the corner, we highlight some of the high-momentum, early-stage companies that are attending.
The HLTH conference in Las Vegas is bringing together 3,000+ attendees from May 6 – 9 to talk about the shifting landscape of healthcare, from pharmacies to insurance carriers to cybersecurity and much more.
We put together a collection of companies that will be at the event to help clients navigate and filter some of the companies and investors they should be approaching.
Below are 10 high-momentum companies, as identified by our Mosaic Score — CB Insights’ algorithm that uses financial and non-financial signals to predict private company health.
All of the companies below are seed-stage or Series A that have raised funding. Scroll down to read the full list, shown in descending of total disclosed funding.
1. Genome Medical
Genome Medical provides genetic counselors to support individuals and physicians as they make decisions based on genomic information. The company uses telehealth to scale these services.
Select investors: Canaan Partners, GE Ventures, Kaiser Permanente Ventures
Total disclosed funding: $23M
2. Docent Health
Docent Health provides digital concierges to hospitals to improve the patient experience. “Docents” help patients before, during, and after a hospital visit. Hospitals pay Docent based on the number of patient visits its concierges facilitate.
Select investors: Bessemer Venture Partners, Maverick Ventures, New Enterprise Associates
Total disclosed funding: $17M
3. Maven Clinic
Maven provides a mobile-first clinic dedicated to women’s health. It has a network of practitioners, OB/GYNs, maternity specialists, and a peer-to-peer community for patients. The company offers pay-as-you-go pricing for individuals and also works with employers to provide family benefits.
Select investors: 8VC, BoxGroup, Female Founders Fund
Total disclosed funding: $17M
4. mPulse Mobile
mPulse Mobile offers a suite of mobile-specific tools to increase patient engagement, including secure communications, push notifications, surveys, enrollment updates, analytics for hospitals to understand how patients are engaging, and more.
Select investors: Cambia Health Solutions, Rincon Venture Partners, OCA Ventures
Total disclosed funding: $14M
Qventus works within hospitals to take their disparate data sources and turn them into dashboards, alert systems, and decision support tools for physicians and administrators in hospitals.
Select investors: Y Combinator, Norwest Venture Partners, Mayfield Fund
Total disclosed funding: $13M
Cedar is a billing system for hospitals and specialty groups. It aims to achieve a higher collection rate by personalizing the individual patient billing and claims experience.
Select investors: Founders Fund, Thrive Capital, SV Angel
Total disclosed funding: $12M
CirrusMD uses a text-first approach to telemedicine and promises to route patients to an in-network physician in under a minute. The visits start with text, but can also include video.
Select investors: Three Leaf Ventures, Colorado Impact Fund, Sand Hill Angels
Total disclosed funding: $10M
8. Buoy Health
Buoy Health provides a chat bot to help patients assess the severity of their condition and guide them to the right place in the health system.
Select investors: F-Prime Capital, FundRx, Optum Ventures
Total disclosed funding: $9M
Nutrino provides virtual nutritionists that create food plans tailored to individual needs based on inputs including allergies, genomic information, biomarker monitoring, and more.
Select investors: Nielsen Innovate, Pereg Ventures, New York Angels
Total disclosed funding: $8M
Medinas helps hospitals sell their unused, surplus medical supplies to other hospitals and small clinics/care centers.
Select investors: Sound Ventures, Precursor Ventures, Rough Draft Ventures
Total disclosed funding: $1M