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Women's health startup Tia raises $24 million in funding for hybrid brick-and-mortar and digital care

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June 04, 2020
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Tia is leveraging a key emerging theme of digital health – that there is an entire continuum of care beyond the clinic. While the nature of healthcare means that there is always a need for in-person exams and procedures, digital services in conjunction with in-person procedures mean that Tia can address the needs of a patient anytime outside of a clinic. Like its competitor Kindbody, Tia is an example of a trend clients need to be aware of because of the many opportunities across the continuum of care that they can address. Clients already established in medical care can supply clinics, but nontraditional clients can supply the material goods, sensor components, and even pieces of software that allow for the provision of remote care.

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