June 8, 2022
Health IT
  • A group of former Blue Cross Blue Shield executives have started an $107 million investment fund focused on supporting health tech startups directed by women and entrepreneurs of color. Seae Ventures secured the funding from more than 30 investors. Approximately half of it has already been invested, with investments of $1 million to $5 million focused on equity projects — like a platform that helps women of color find culturally sensitive health care professionals, a startup that reroutes nonemergency 911 calls to a telehealth provider, and a firm that offers virtual cardiac rehabilitation. (Press release here)