Digital Health

Queer and Trans Healthcare Provider FOLX Health Introduces a New Employer Offering

FOLX Health, a digital healthcare service provider designed by and for the medical needs of the LGBTQIA+ community, is launching an enterprise solution that enables employers to offer the LGBTQIA+ workforce end-to-end primary care, gender-affirming care, care advocacy, and community. In addition to healthcare services, FOLX Health offers support for parents of LGBTQIA+ youth as well as for Human Resource and Benefits…

imi, A New Mental Health Web App, Launches to Help LGBTQ+ Youth Cope with Stress

Hopelab, in collaboration with CenterLink and the It Gets Better Project is launching imi (pronounced eye-me), a free, digital mental health tool designed to support LGBTQ+ youth explore and affirm their identity. Designed with and for LGBTQ+ teens, with an intentional focus on BIPOC, transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming youth, imi provides relevant and practical approaches to boost positive coping skills and mindsets that support…

B2C to B2B: Nabla Pivots from Women’s Health Virtual Clinic to Patient Engagement Plaform

It’s been a little more than a year since France-based Nabla raised €17M in funding to build an app-based virtual clinic entirely dedicated to women’s health. Last week in an interview with TechCrunch its co-founder now shared a new direction for the company. Nabla is no longer going after the B2C use case, but is now focused on patient engagement and retention…

Singapore-based Women’s Health Startup Ease Healthcare Expands to the Philippines

Ease Healthcare, a women’s health company headquartered in Singapore, expands its services to the Philippines. By combining community, education, health tracking, and telehealth into a single app, Ease empowers women with the tools and support they need to make informed decisions about their sexual, reproductive, and menstrual health and wellness.  As part of their launch activities, Ease has partnered with “It’s OK…

Singapore-based Healthtech Startup Ordinary Folk Raises $5M to Scale and Expand to Hong Kong

Singapore-based healthtech startup Ordinary Folk raises $5M in pre-Series A funding from Monk’s Hill Ventures to scale its services in Singapore and expand to Hong Kong. The company operates two brands, Noah and Zoey, that address men’s and women’s health needs through its virtual care platform. Noah’s focus is on sexual health, mental wellness, hair care and weight management, Zoey addresses sexual…

Wellster Launches MySummer in Its Quest for Women’s Digital Health Market Leadership in Europe

About 3 months ago Wellster, the Germany-based telehealth company, made the news when it added $20M in new funding, to – as the company explained then – “launch a femtech vertically across Europe”. The time has come, today is the day and Wellster is introducing its new women’s health focused platform MySummer to the world. MySummer is positioned as a service that…

Thirty Madison Launches Facet, a New Platform for Skin Health

Only weeks after merging with Nurx, Thirty Madison, a healthcare company focused on people living with chronic conditions, is launching Facet, a new virtual specialty clinic for skin health. While nearly 1 in 2 consumers don’t trust the claims made by skin care brands, Facet aims to offer patients the most comprehensive clinical skin health platform backed by experts. With over 50…

SWORD Health Gets Into Women’s Health with a New Digital Therapeutic Targeting Pelvic Health

SWORD Health, known for tis digital musculoskeletal care offering, is entering the women’s health market with the launch of Bloom, a at-home physical health therapy solution for women. In the US alone, one in every four women suffer from pelvic health disorders. These conditions include sexual health, bowel or bladder and pelvic pain disorders, which can be present through all stages of…