MedCity News June 29, 2022
Katie Adams

Tomorrow Health — a platform that makes it easier for patients, providers and payers to coordinate home-based care — closed a $60 million Series B funding round on Tuesday, bringing its total funding to date to $92.5 million. The startup will use the funds to expand its partnerships with payers, grow in new markets and further develop its technology.

The highly fragmented nature of the home care sector often results in delayed access and frustration for seniors hoping to age in place and patients seeking to manage their chronic conditions at home. When Tomorrow Health co-founder and CEO Vijay Kedar was coordinating his mother’s home care after she was hospitalized for a serious lung condition, he realized just how inefficient...

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