Eden Health bags $10m in Series A led by Greycroft

Eden Health, a primary care and insurance navigation startup, has bagged $10m in its Series A round of funding.

The capital round was led by previous Eden Health investor Greycroft. Other existing investors of Eden, including PJC, 645 Ventures, Max Ventures and Company, also took part in the round.

Convene, Aspect Ventures and Brand Foundry made their first investments into Eden.

US-based Eden Health offers employers an integrated solution to provide their employees with primary care, mental healthcare and insurance support. Through the Eden Health app, a company’s employees are partnered with a personal care team which provide 24/ digital support, in-person care at an Eden Health medical office, guidance and referrals, and insurance navigation.

The platform helps consumers with their claim analysis, adjudication and filing, as well as price transparency and price control.

The company launched its services in 2018 and has rolled out to a number of US states – plans are for nationwide coverage by the end of the year.

Greycroft partner Ellie Wheeler said, “As the consumerization of healthcare accelerates, we are seeing increasing demand for a more intuitive, efficient way to access quality care. By bridging elements that have been traditionally siloed – primary care, mental healthcare and insurance navigation – Eden Health is changing the way employees are interacting with their benefits.”

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