MedCity News March 22, 2023
Marissa Plescia

Through Maven’s acquisition, Naytal’s over 50 providers will join Maven’s platform, more than doubling the company’s number of providers in the U.K. Maven will also be able to sign on additional U.K.-based clients.

Virtual women’s health provider Maven Clinic announced Tuesday that it acquired London-based Naytal, also a virtual clinic for women, which will grow Maven’s reach in the U.K.

New York City-based Maven Clinic serves employers and health plans and offers virtual care for fertility and family planning, including maternity, parenting, pediatrics and menopause services. Naytal similarly provides online support for family planning, menopause, fertility and pregnancy. Its network provides access to more than 25 specialties, and it was the first platform in the U.K. to provide on-demand access...

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Topics: Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Provider, Trends
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