Dealflow | July 14, 2020

Doctor On Demand raises $75 million to expand telehealth in the U.S.

Jessica Pothering
ImpactAlpha Editor

Jessica Pothering

ImpactAlpha, July 14 – Virtual health provider Doctor On Demand has seen demand for its remote consultations and care double since COVID started. The company has provided more than three million consultations and has expanded its services to include older patients with Medicare insurance, which now covers telehealth consultations. 

Private equity firm General Atlantic, whose healthcare group invests in companies delivering patient-centric, value-based care rather than fee-for-service models, led the company’s $75 million Series D round.