- Investors are pouring millions into companies looking to shake up the way patients go to the doctor’s office.
- Over the past few years, models like venture-backed Iora Health, family-owned ChenMed, and private-equity-backed Oak Street Health have picked up steam in their approaches to caring for elderly Americans, boosted by the growth of private Medicare plans.
- Iora Health in February raised an additional $126 million from investors.
- At the same time, companies like One Medical have made a name for themselves as a more convenient way to see a doctor, for the price of a $200 annual fee.
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