31 Oct Healthcare tech startup 98point6 raises $50M, led by Goldman Sachs, to expand its ‘virtual clinic’
98point6, a Seattle-based startup developing an entirely virtual primary care service, has raised $50 million in a round led by Goldman Sachs’ Merchant Banking Division.
The new funds, announced Tuesday morning, bring the company’s total raised to a whopping $86.3 million in just over three years.
“The round itself is a reflection of our execution to date and the momentum that we’ve built,” said longtime Seattle entrepreneur Robbie Cape, 98point6 CEO and co-founder, in an interview with GeekWire. “What it enables is all of the growth that’s coming as a result of that momentum.”
98point6 offers an entirely virtual primary care service, essentially offering all the services of your average doctor’s office through an app and website. Patients can do things like requesting a refill, ask a simple health question or have a problem diagnosed, all without leaving the couch (or their desk, or the line at the grocery store).
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