Andreessen Horowitz June 18, 2024
Scott Kupor

Demand for behavioral health resources had been climbing for a decade before skyrocketing during COVID-19 pandemic and has shown no signs of slowing down. There’s also a growing acknowledgement within the healthcare community that mental health challenges are often accompanied by physical health comorbidities, and stemming the rising cost of health care requires addressing both elements of patient care. Despite this, there remain significant barriers to delivering high-quality mental healthcare—chiefly, limited access to psychiatrists and the lack of technology that can improve both the quality and efficiency of care.

Talkiatry addresses both of these barriers for the acute end of the behavioral health market—psychiatric care—by offering virtual treatment covered by patients’ insurance.

Talkiatry is a full-stack provider group that...

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