A mobile trailer designed by the startup Forward shows off the future of health care — as envisioned by Google and Uber veterans. It has raised $100 million, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Posted on August 30, 2017, at 2:07 p.m. | By Stephanie M. Lee Stephanie M. Lee BuzzFeed News Reporter
The Google and Uber veterans behind Forward, a new San Francisco health care startup, want to bring their vision for reinventing the doctor’s office to the wider public — so they’re putting it on four wheels. In January, Forward opened its first concierge clinic in downtown San Francisco. It’s complete with slick tools like iPads to check in patients, biometric-reading body scanners, blood and genetic tests, and giant interactive screens that display your vital signs during visits. Being a Forward member — a $149-a-month commitment that isn’t covered by insurance — also gets you body-monitoring wearables and constant access to doctors and nurses via email and text.
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