Kaiser Permanente invests $10M in telehealth platform Vidyo

The corporate venture capital arm of Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente has invested $10 million in Vidyo, a telehealth and video collaboration platform.

"Kaiser Permanente Ventures is committed to partnering with innovative organizations that support our work to improve the health of patients and the communities we serve," said Jordan Kramer, director of Kaiser Permanente Ventures. "We view our partnership with Vidyo, with its telehealth offerings that increase patient convenience and overall quality of care, as advancing this strategy."

Vidyo also received $5 million from existing investors, totaling a $15 million funding round. To date, the technology company has raised $163 million.

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