Visana Health To Scale Virtual Women’s Health Clinic To Provide ‘Whole Human Being’ Care
In 2024, Visana Health will leverage $10.1m in seed funding to expand its holistic, value-based virtual clinic to add conditions that differently or disproportionally affect women and provide at-home testing. Health plans and employers are taking notice, and Visana’s CEO expects further investment to follow.
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