Miami, Florida-based telehealth company Carie Health has secured a $7 million Series A funding to roll out it's new telehealth network solution in the US.
The funding was led by Sagemoore Capital, including participation from a number of key industry partners, customers and high-net-worth family offices.
Formed in 2015, Carie Health provides HIPAA compliant virtual care platform that allows its members to connect virtually with their doctor, or a local US board-certified doctor anytime.
“This early financing provides additional working capital to accelerate the national expansion of our platform and includes meaningful future commitments to fund related merger and acquisition activity,” said Matt Wanderer, founder and chief executive officer of Carie.
Wanderer noted: “Carie’s next-generation telehealth platform is uniquely built for peer to peer sharing within the medical community, accelerating America’s transition to a consumer friendly, mobile-first, healthcare model with both lower costs, and dramatically improved convenience that modern healthcare consumers expect and deserve.”
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