MedCity News June 14, 2024
Marissa Plescia

Better Health’s $14 million in funding included investments from Healthworx, the University of Miami Health System and Mosaic General Partnership.

Better Health, a platform for patients with chronic conditions, secured $14 million in strategic funding, which it will use to expand to more patients, the company announced Thursday.

San Francisco-based Better Health supports patients with ostomy, chronic wounds, diabetes, chronic retention, incontinence and other conditions. Its platform offers peer coaching, education and home delivery of medical supplies. Better Health operates in 48 states and has a network of more than 150 health plans and health systems.

The $14 million in funding included investments from Healthworx, the University of Miami Health System and Mosaic General Partnership. It comes after the company’s...

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