98point6, a rapidly growing healthcare technology company, announced it has raised $19.5 million in Series B funding. Addressing growing challenges related to the rising cost and accessibility of healthcare, 98point6 also introduced the concept of Continuity Care. This new approach uses deep technology to deliver high-quality healthcare in sickness, in wellness and through the course of treatment at a massively lower cost than anything in the market today.
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Seattle startup 98point6 wants to redefine the meaning of the on-call doctor. 98point6 rose 14 spots to number 110 this month.
It’s 3 a.m. and you hear your child coughing over the baby monitor. After you creep quietly into their room to take their temperature without waking them up, you discover they have a fever. Do you rush them to the hospital or wait until morning? If you’re like most parents, you probably turn to a familiar source for help: the internet.
What if you could have quality primary care that treats you when you need it and helps you stay healthy — without ever stepping foot in a doctor’s office? It sounds a bit far-fetched to some. But to 98point6 co-founder and CEO Robbie Cape that system is just around the corner — and the company’s investors seem convinced he’s right.
The company has been working on a system that allows people to chat with primary care doctors over a mobile app or website and address common health issues.
- GeekWireWhat if you could have quality primary care that treats you when you need it and helps you stay healthy—without ever stepping foot in a doctor’s office? It sounds a bit far-fetched to some. But to 98point6 co-founder and CEO Robbie Cape, that system is just around the corner—and the company’s investors seem convinced he’s right.
- Puget Sound Business JournalLed by executives with experience at Microsoft and Amazon, 98point6 announced a $20 million funding round and said it has deals with some of the biggest employers in the Pacific Northwest.