Health Tech Startup Vim Raises $24 Million
Founded in 2015, Vim develops an online service that helps patients and healthcare providers find, schedule, and receive care from doctors and specialists
Founded in 2015, Vim develops an online service that helps patients and healthcare providers find, schedule, and receive care from doctors and specialists. The company’s service is currently available in California, Washington, Alaska, Florida, and Texas, and the company intends to use the funding to expand its service to additional U.S. states in 2020, including New York and New Jersey, and to expand its team in both Israel and the U.S., Vim’s co-founder and CEO Oron Afek said in a Sunday interview with Calcalist.
Headquartered in San Francisco with a research and development office in Tel Aviv, Vim has raised $37 million to date, according to the company’s statement.
This article has been updated to include Premera Blue Cross as having led the round alongside Optum Ventures following an updated statement by the company.