Mental health telemedicine startup raises $1.3M

Regroup Therapy, a telemedicine startup focused on mental health treatment, has raised $1.3 million, reports Crain's Chicago Business.

The startup creates software that facilitates online mental health consultations. In its latest funding round, Regroup Therapy received backing from investors including OCA Ventures, Grubhub co-founder Mike Evans and former Walgreens CEO Greg Wasson, among others, according to the report. 

Regroup Therapy began at Chicago's health-tech incubator MATTER. Some of Regroup Therapy's customers include Sinai Health System and Oak Street Health, both based in Chicago, and Peoria, Ill.-based OSF HealthCare, according to the report.

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