OpenLoop Named to the Digital Health 150 by CB Insights
Most promising digital health companies in 2022
Des Moines, IA | Dec. 8, 2022 - OpenLoop,a leader in white-label telehealth support services powering virtual care across the country, was recognized as a most promising digital health company in 2022 by CB Insights in their fourth annual “The Digital Health 150” list.
OpenLoop was nominated and selected from a pool of over 13,000 companies that were chosen based on several factors:
Data submitted by companies
Proprietary Mosaic scores
Company business models
Momentum in the market
The 2022 Digital Health 150 cohort has raised approximately $5.6B in aggregate funding across 378 deals since 2017 and includes startups at different investment stages of development, from early-stage companies to well-funded unicorns.
“With 2022 coming to a close, we are excited to be recognized as a leading digital health company as we head into what we’re confident will be another record breaking year for OpenLoop,” said Jon Lensing, CEO and Co-founder. “It’s further proof that what we're doing here is making a big impact in the digital healthcare space.”
OpenLoop is proud to be recognized for its work in digital health and would like to offer congratulations to all the other innovative industry leaders who join them on the list. They look forward to continuing the momentum they started in 2022 and bringing it into the new year.
OpenLoop was co-founded by CEO, Dr. Jon Lensing, and COO, Christian Williams, with the vision to bring healing anywhere. Their solutions are thoughtfully designed to streamline and simplify go-to-market care delivery for companies offering virtual support to patients across an expansive array of specialties in all 50 states, with in-network insurance coverage. OpenLoop's deep investment in compliant, easy-to-use telehealth technology and top-tier providers is what sets them apart in the industry.
For more information on OpenLoop, visit OpenLoopHealth.com.
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