IntelyCare raised nursing employees $ 115 million in Series C funding, increasing the company’s net worth to $ 1.1 billion.
The round was led by Janus Henderson Investors, with participation from Longitude Capital, Leeds Illuminate, Endeavor Vision, Revelation Partners and Kaiser Permanente Ventures. The latest addition comes about two years after his $ 45 million Series B.
IntelyCare provides nurses and nursing assistants with open health care organizations, including post-acute nursing clinics, nursing homes, rehabilitation offices and adult nursing homes.
Nurses can choose the same changes or choose a block of time or the tools they want. As an employee, nurses can receive health and retirement benefits from the company, and IntelyCare pays its share of the income tax.
The startup said it will use the Series C library to provide additional jobs and career development opportunities for its nurses, while continuing to educate.
“In 2016 we started working on a site to end a slow business in innovation. We saw that a technology could change lives for both sides of the market and we are seeing a boom. knowledge development as we currently have over 30,000 Nursing staff working with IntelyCare in over 1,600 offices nationwide, “said IntelyCare CEO and cofounder David Coppins in a statement.
“We will use this money to continue to redefine the future of what works for our nation’s pastoralists.”
COVID-19 disease was found significant impact on the mental health of primary care providers, increased firefighting and staff turnover. A 2021 study by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses found that 66% of respondents rated their experience during illness so much that they expected to leave for a month.
Health care workers who used the technology started making money last year. Another nursing staff, connectRN, A total of $ 76 million was added to the coffers at the end of last year. Also in December, Prolucent Health launched the health care and healthcare services market with $ 11.5 million in Series A funding.
In November, Trusted Health announced the start of its nursing staff a $ 94 million Series C was raised and a $ 55 million Series B was not previously announced.
Nomad Health, which provides a toolkit for health care professionals, It raised $ 63 million in equity and debt in September.