Healthcare staffing market Clipboard Well being introduced it had raised $80 million throughout two funding rounds, a $30 million Collection C that wrapped up in February and a $50 million Collection B from final yr.
The startup stated the financing brings its complete elevate to greater than $90 million with a valuation of $1.3 billion. The Collection C was led by Sequoia Capital and the Collection B was led by IVP.
Clipboard plans to make use of the funding to rent new staff in all areas, together with gross sales and advertising and marketing, and to double the dimensions of its engineering group.
“The healthcare trade is affected by intense labor shortages that in the end influence affected person care, and discovering an answer now could be crucial,” CEO and founder Wei Deng stated in a press release.
“Clipboard is providing a means ahead by enabling services to fill shifts as wanted and entry a wider pool of expertise, whereas empowering healthcare professionals to earn extra and train larger management over their schedules. It’s win-win, and it’s the way forward for healthcare expertise.”
Clipboard is not alone within the tech-enabled healthcare staffing area. Earlier this month, nurse-focused platform IntelyCare introduced it had raised $115 million in Collection C funding. Late final yr, connectRN scooped up $76 million. Prolucent Well being raised $11.5 million in a Collection A spherical in December.
Digital ketamine remedy firm Nue Life Well being closed a $23 million elevate, together with a Collection A spherical led by Apparent Ventures and debt financing from Western Expertise Funding.
The startup affords at-home ketamine – a psychedelic drug that has been used for treatment-resistant despair – in addition to a companion app, digital well being teaching and group periods. The funding will go towards including to its choices and hiring clinicians because it expands into extra states.
Supply Well being, which affords a tech infrastructure for suppliers constructing out their digital care plans, has launched out of stealth with $3 million in seed funding, based on Fierce Healthcare.
The seed was led by First Spherical with participation from Field Group and angel buyers. Supply’s pre-built instruments embrace merchandise for appointment scheduling, mechanically routing duties to staff, messaging, and managing consumption varieties and symptom assessments.
Tech-enabled Kind 2 diabetes care startup Ryse Well being introduced final week it had raised $3.4 million in seed funding.
The spherical was led by W Well being Ventures, with participation from LifeBridge Well being, Healthworx and particular person buyers. Ryse consists of in-person care at places of work in Arlington, Va., and Baltimore. Sufferers are supplied with a steady glucose monitor and a customized health-tracking app. They will additionally keep in contact with their care group by video calls, electronic mail and messages.
“Historically, sufferers get healthcare yearly or just a few occasions a yr, whereas they’re making choices about and combating continual circumstances each single day,” cofounder and chief medical officer Dr. Erin Kane stated in a press release.
“A part of what I really like about our mannequin is that we combine into our sufferers’ lives so we will present extra frequent touchpoints and assist alongside the journey, actually serving to sufferers to maintain up momentum and hold pushing issues in the proper course.”