Antidote Health Seed
Antidote Health aims to build an AI-based virtual Health maintenance organization (HMO), connecting patients to doctors through a chatbot and video calls. The company offers a model of care inspired by the Israeli healthcare system in which patients pay a monthly membership fee that starts at $29 a month. Antidote also offers a family health plan, where members pay a monthly fee of $59 for unlimited doctor visits, zero copays on most prescription medications — until the patient's 21st doctor visit — and control. There is also the one-time visit option for $49. The company currently operates in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Florida and North Carolina, with plans to expand to more states, starting with California.
Last round 🔗 August 25, 2021.
Select investors iAngels, Well-Tech Ventures, Flint Capital
Key people 🧑🤝🧑
- Telehealth use has been growing during the COVID-19 pandemic and now represents a quarter-trillion dollar economic opportunity, according to McKinsey & Company. 🔗
- Antidote's membership business model is good for cashflow.
- This [technology] expertise and ability to simplify processes coupled with Fintech advances that allow for payment from the palm of your hands has made way for Antidote Health's solution to an age-old issue. - Shelly Hod Moyal, iAngels Founding Partner. 🔗
- Antidote's CEO Avihai Soudri previously led the innovation and business development at Leumit and served as CEO of health insurance company Vectis, which was acquired by Swiss-Re in 2019. The company's CTO and Chief Medical Officer are also experienced executives.
Last update: September 6, 2021
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