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September 19, 2017

98point6 Raises $19.5 Million in Series B Funding

98point6, a rapidly growing healthcare technology company, announced it has raised $19.5 million in Series B funding. Their unique approach uses deep technology to deliver high-quality primary care in sickness and in health at a massively lower cost than anything in the market today.

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May 11, 2018  |  CNBC "On the Money"

Virtual Doctor [Video]

98point6 CEO Robbie Cape sits down with “On the Money” to discuss on-demand primary care, and how 98point6 is delivering high-quality care at an affordable cost.

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May 8, 2018  |  NJBIZ

App Assists NJ Doctors, Patients

Seattle-based health care technology company 98point6 has introduced a mobile app, based on a machine-learning program, to 11 states including New Jersey.

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May 4, 2018  |  HIT Consultant

98point6 Launches AI Driven, On-Demand Primary Care Service in 10 States

After three years of R&D and a year of beta, 98point6 has announced the launch of its on-demand primary care service to deliver personalized consultation, diagnosis and treatment to patients across the country. The on-demand primary care platform combines innovative AI technology with board-certified physicians to deliver affordable and high-quality care right to a patient’s smartphone.

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May 1, 2018  |  The Seattle Times

The Doctor Will Text You Now: 98point6 Taking Virtual Primary Care Nationwide

Getting a prescription for antibiotics or cold medicine could be just a few text messages away, if Seattle startup 98point6 has anything to say about it. The company announced Tuesday it is expanding its virtual primary care service to adults nationwide this year, after testing in Washington state for the past year.

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May 1, 2018  |  Puget Sound Business Journal

Seattle Startup Begins Nationwide Rollout

About seven months after Seattle startup 98point6 finally announced what it was up to, it is launching its digital primary care service nationally. “Ultimately, we are setting out to solve the major primary care crisis in the United States,” founder and CEO Robbie Cape said. “What we’ve done is married the highest quality medicine with deep technology investments in order to deliver the highest quality, most accessible primary care.”

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