MedArrive, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a new care management platform, raised $4.5m in seed funding.
The round was co-led by Kleiner Perkins and Define Ventures. In connection with the investment, 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.
The company intends to use the funds to continue building their innovative platform, growing their team of industry experts, and driving the expansion of key healthcare provider partnerships across the country.
Co-founded by Dan Trigub and Inna Plumb, MedArrive provides a care management platform that enables healthcare providers and payors to extend services into the home, scaling access to healthcare and reducing costs for providers and their patients.
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 it are able to access medical expertise from their homes and within their existing health systems.
With an initial focus on the Florida market, the team expects to expand quickly and effectively over the coming months.