A top VC warns that ‘fundamentally sound’ healthcare startups might go under in 2021





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A top VC warns that ‘fundamentally sound’ healthcare startups might go under in 2021

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Today in healthcare news, a little break from the barrage of vaccine news: A lot of healthcare startups are “effectively walking dead,” Amwell is open to working with big tech, and the 4 home care startups that have raised the most funding



a person standing in front of a sign: Some companies with "fundamentally sound" business models could shut down in early 2021. Associated Press


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A top healthcare VC is sounding the alarm that many ‘fundamentally sound’ startups are in danger of going under after failing to navigate the pandemic

Read the full story from Megan Hernbroth here>>



a man sitting at a table: Amwell's technology can be used in hospitals. Amwell


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Amwell’s technology can be used in hospitals. Amwell

Amwell’s CEO isn’t scared by big tech and sees potential partnerships with Google, Apple, Fitbit to push telehealth beyond video visits

Read the full story from Blake Dodge here>>



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Florida-based Papa Pal Dejah Cason with Papa member Evelyn Perl. Papa

The home care industry is booming amid the pandemic. Here are the 4 startups raking in the most VC funding during a record-breaking year for the industry.

Read the full story from Megan Hernbroth here>>

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