Former Haven exec's primary care startup raises $57M: 6 details 

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Patina Health, a primary care startup for older adults, launched out of stealth Oct. 27 with $57 million in funding, the company announced. 

Six details: 

1. Patina is led by CEO Jack Stoddard, who previously served as COO of Haven before leaving the company in May 2019. The healthcare joint venture started by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase later disbanded in early 2021. 

2. GV, formerly Google Ventures, and Andreessen Horowitz led the $57 million series A funding round. 

3. Patina plans to launch both in-home and virtual primary care services in early 2022 in partnership with select Medicare Advantage health plans. 

4. The startup works with Patina Medical Group to offer primary care access for adults ages 65 and older. Patina's care delivery model uses the company's tech and analytics platform and mobile app for sharing information with patients in real time and hosting virtual visits with the patient's care team. 

5. Each Patina patient gets a primary care physician and a care team including a nurse practitioner, pharmacists and behavioral health professionals.  

6. Patina Medical Group is a virtual and home-based care medical practice that offers clinical services for certain Medicare Advantage plan members.

 

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