Home Health Care News April 13, 2021
Robert Holly

Within the past year, in-home companionship startup Papa has set up shop in all 50 states, launched a new virtual health offering and expanded its relationships with payer partners.

Papa is in the spotlight once again, with its latest announcement being a $60 million Series C funding round led by Tiger Global Management. The Miami-based company has now raised roughly $91 million since launching in 2017, with other financial backers including Comcast Ventures and Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company created by Melinda Gates.

Moving Forward, Papa will use the new $60 million — officially announced Tuesday — to continue scaling its platform while enhancing its suite of services focused on improving the health and wellness of its users,...

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