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PicnicHealth is a San Francisco-based, venture-backed digital health startup with the mission of structuring the world’s medical data to make it useful. We give patients the first truly useful personal health record by doing the legwork to collect medical records from all of their different doctors and digitizing them to create a unified medical timeline. Through Picnic Research, we partner with Life Sciences companies who sponsor PicnicHealth accounts for patients who consent to contribute their anonymized medical data to research registries. In turn, patients get the PicnicHealth service free of charge, companies get critical data on how diseases look in the real world, and academic researchers get free access to data sets that drive cutting edge medical research. We’re in a high-growth phase as we prepare to announce our Life Sciences offering along with a series of partnerships with some of the largest players among pharma, academic research, and payers.
Latest Stories and News
- 1 month ago
- PicnicHealth, the startup that’s looking to give patients a way to manage their care in one place and pharmaceutical companies access to patient records for real-world data, has just raised $25 million in financing to grow its business.
- To date, PicnicHealth has raised nearly $40 million from investors, including YCombinator, Amplify Partners and Felicis Ventures, with participation from notable investors in a seed round that included Social+Captial, Great Oaks, Slow Ventures, YC partner Paul Buchheit, Scott Marlette, Sam Lessin, Joe Greenstein, Rashmi Sinha, Jameson Hsu, Kenny Van Zant, Rishi Kacker, Ramji Srinivasan, Eric Evans and Stanford’s StartX Fund.
- The pitch from PicnicHealth is that patients can use the service to collect and manage their medical records and then share their medical history to contribute to research. The data, the company says, is de-identified and then made available to external researchers.
- The service is free for patients who are involved in clinical studies, and anyone who isn’t participating in the study pays a fee for the records management service.