Healthcare navigation platform League recently completed a $95M Series C round to support the scaling of its Health OS platform-as-a-service solution, which aims to be the digital infrastructure for an integrated health ecosystem.
- Health OS enables payors, providers, and employers to build their own comprehensive healthcare consumer experiences with a secure and interoperable foundation.
- The platform is built on the FHIR standard and leverages the Google Cloud Healthcare API to tie together data from EHRs, wearables, and third-party partners to create personalized “digital front doors” for patients.
- League reports that hundreds of companies ranging from Humana to Shopify have adopted Health OS to ensure employees can quickly access the services that they need, helping them to feel supported in managing their health while performing at their best.
- The company attributes its success to the fact that it allows its clients to keep up with rising consumer expectations for healthcare convenience without having to invest the labor and resources to create a homegrown solution.
The latest raise pushed League’s total funding to $205M, and the announcement seems to hint that future funding could come from the public markets. The round’s lead investor, TDM Growth Partners, stated that it understands “the scaling journey of pre-IPO companies and what it takes to transition them successfully to the public markets.”
Although no timeline was given for an IPO, TDM made similar investments in AllBirds and Slack less than a year prior to them going public, so it wouldn’t be too surprising if League was following a similar tempo.