Eden Health, a New York City-based personal health platform, raised $4M in seed funding.
The round was led by Greycroft Partners, with participation from Piper Jaffray Companies, Max Ventures and 645 Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand its reach.
Led by Matt McCambridge, co-founder and CEO, Eden Health provides a personal health platform for companies seeking to simplify the healthcare experience for their employees while reducing expenses. The platform is currently available for companies in Greater New York City and New Jersey, with more markets coming soon.
The platform includes:
– 24/7 digital care: Employees can chat instantly with a provider to get answers and immediate diagnoses on most general health concerns, as well as book appointments and fill prescriptions.
– Same day, in-person care: Employees are matched directly with a provider to receive care in-person at Eden’s state-of-the-art clinics. They can also receive one-on-one diagnoses to avoid unnecessary urgent care, ER or specialist visits.
– Specialist guidance and referrals: Based on each employee’s health needs, Eden Health provides specialist referrals and second opinions, as well as estimated costs prior to each visit.
– Insurance navigation: Eden Health’s team of benefits experts helps employees understand their plan’s coverage, estimate copays and deductibles, arrange prior authorizations and submit insurance claims and appeals.
Eden Health partners with mid-size and high-growth companies, such as Yext, Insight Venture Partners, NewsCred and Tapad, to provide quality care and insurance navigation for employees throughout Greater New York City and New Jersey.