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Backed by Redesign Health, MedArrive Launches with $4.5M in Funding for Care Management Platform


Backed by Redesign Health, MedArrive Launches with $4.5M in Funding for Care Management Platform

What You Should Know:

– With $4.5 million in funding from
Kleiner Perkins and Define Ventures, and backed by Redesign Health, MedArrive
is poised to bridge the virtual care gap and make affordable at-home care the
new norm.

– Co-founded by the former head of Uber Health, MedArrive enables healthcare providers to seamlessly extend care services into the home, unlocking access to high-quality healthcare for more people at a fraction of the cost.

MedArrive’s fully integrated care management platform allows providers and payors to bridge the virtual care gap by marrying physician-led telemedicine with hands-on care from EMS professionals.


MedArrive, a new health IT startup has emerged from stealth with the official launch of a new care management platform that enables healthcare providers and payors to extend services into the home, scaling access to high-quality healthcare and meaningfully reducing costs for providers and their patients. Co-founded by Dan Trigub (former head of Uber Health) and Inna Plumb, MedArrive bridges the virtual care gap by integrating physician-led telemedicine with hands-on care from a network of trusted EMS professionals, improving patient outcomes while empowering an underutilized segment of healthcare workers.

Backed by healthcare innovation platform and venture studio Redesign Health, MedArrive has
raised $4.5 million in seed funding, co-led by Kleiner Perkins and Define Ventures. As part of the seed funding,
Annie Case, Principal at Kleiner Perkins, and Lynne Chou O’Keefe, Founder and
Managing Partner at Define Ventures, will both join the MedArrive Board
of Directors.

In-Person, At Home, On-Demand

MedArrive taps into a capable workforce of EMS professionals (e.g., EMTs and paramedics) so they can leverage the full scope of their training, earn supplemental income, and diversify their day-to-day responsibilities. At the same time, patients using MedArrive are able to access trusted medical expertise from the safety of their homes and within their existing health systems, ultimately resulting in better patient outcomes, a better-utilized healthcare workforce, and significant cost savings for patients and providers alike.

More Than 20k Trusted EMTs & Paramedics Nationwide

Today, MedArrive partners can tap into a dense network of more than 20k trusted EMTs and paramedics ready to be deployed across the country, with equal representation in rural and urban markets. This will be particularly critical for our partners looking to distribute flu vaccines and, when available, a COVID-19 vaccine without overwhelming health systems. Additional services include chronic condition management, transitional care, readmission prevention, urgent care, palliative care, and more. MedArrive provides the most extensive coverage for providers and payors looking to expand their impact and scale care into the home to meet the diverse needs of their patients.

Expansion Plans

This injection of capital will enable MedArrive to continue
building their innovative platform, growing their team of industry experts, and
driving the expansion of key healthcare provider partnerships across the
country. With an initial focus on the Florida market, the team expects to
expand quickly and effectively over the coming months.

“Now more than ever, as we continue battling a global pandemic, patients deserve healthcare that is accessible, affordable, and safe,” said Dan Trigub, co-founder and CEO of MedArrive. “The current pandemic has placed additional stress on our already flawed health system – patients are avoiding clinics, delaying preventative and critical care, and facing financial strain. By working alongside communities of EMS professionals, providers, and payors to bring high quality care into the home at a fraction of the cost of alternatives, MedArrive’s integrated solution is putting patients back at the center of care.”

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