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Kaizen Health completes series B funding round led by UnityPoint Health Ventures.

M2 EQUITYBITES-January 13, 2020-Kaizen Health completes series B funding round led by UnityPoint Health Ventures


Kaizen Health, Inc. has announced the completion of its Series B funding round led by UnityPoint Health Ventures, to support Kaizen Health's efforts to streamline the experience of ordering non-emergency, multi-modal medical transportation, the company said.

Kaizen Health's platform addresses the availability and reliability of healthcare transportation, and is used by health systems, payers, senior living providers and municipalities across the country. The funding supports further enhancement of Kaizen Health's market-leading healthcare transportation platform as well as expansion of their sales and account management teams.

Kaizen Health, Inc., is a Chicago-based health technology company founded on the principle that lack of transportation should not stand in the way of healthy living and clinical care. The company works with Managed Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plans as well as leading commercial payers, health systems, academic medical centers, clinical trial sponsors, senior living providers and municipalities to facilitate safe and reliable transportation, address food insecurity, reduce social isolation, and coordinate other SDOH programs and interventions.

UnityPoint Health Ventures makes direct investments in ideas and partners that provide an easier, more personal experience for patients and providers. As the venture capital arm of UnityPoint Health, the firm invests in opportunities that improve patient outcomes and reduce the cost of health care.

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