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“Ryder founded Maven, which offers virtual care and health services in fertility, maternity care and pediatrics, among other areas. Maven aims to help employers and health plans achieve improved maternal outcomes and lower costs while attracting and retaining more working parents.” (c) Maven


Maven founder Kate Ryder is recognized in Crain’s New York Business 2020 Notable in Healthcare List; Uqora launches new UTI pain relief and UTI diagnostic products;  Assembled Brands invests in sextech startup Dame Products; HealthTech companies claim their largest share of the Inc. 5000 to date with 123 entries; Mental Health Benefits Startup Lyra Health hits a $1.1B valuation; Women Who Tech launches challenge to help fund startups affected by COVID-19; Google is investing $100M in telehealth provider Amwell; Applications for Women’s Health Innovation Summit’s Spotlight 2020 Program close on Aug 28

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