Consumer Health Services Startups funded by Y Combinator (YC) in the San Francisco Bay Area 2024

April 2024

Browse 38 of the top Consumer Health Services startups funded by Y Combinator. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, these are some of the hottest and fastest-growing startups.

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  • Truepill
    Truepill (s2017)Active • 1,300 employees • San Mateo, CA, USA
    Our API-connected healthcare infrastructure empowers our partners to deliver world-class patient experiences. We power prescribing, lab testing and pharmacy fulfillment.
    consumer-health-services
  • Tempo
    Tempo (w2015)Active • 158 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    SmartSpot is a post Series-A stealth startup backed by Founders Fund and Khosla Ventures that uses computer vision to deliver an unparalleled fitness training experience to your home. Our unique hardware solution gives amazing trainers the ability to see their class participants in real time and deliver detailed advice that was previously only possible in person.
    machine-learning
    consumer-health-services
  • NURX
    NURX (w2016)Acquired • 300 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Nurx is a telemedicine startup focused on increasing access to healthcare, starting with birth control and PrEP services.
    consumer-health-services
  • Modern Fertility
    Modern Fertility (s2017)Acquired • 25 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We're a women’s health company making personalized reproductive health information more accessible, earlier in life. We make the same laboratory tests that were previously confined to fertility clinics more accessible for women at home. By arming women with powerful information about their reproductive health, Modern Fertility is closing the fertility information gap and enabling women to own the decisions impacting their bodies and futures. We've raised $22 million from Forerunner Ventures, Maveron, Union Square Ventures, First Round Capital, #Angels and Y Combinator.
    fertility-tech
    consumer-health-services
    women's-health
  • SafetyWing
    SafetyWing (w2018)Active • 100 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We are building a global safety net for nomads and remote teams. That includes health, disability and pensions, available globally.
    consumer-health-services
    insurance
    remote-work
  • Koko
    Koko (s2017)Active • 25 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    Full Sleep by Koko Labs is the first at-home sleep program that combines the power of clinical grade, radar based wireless sleep tracking with best-in-class CBT-I sleep techniques. Full Sleep delivers daily lessons developed with evidence-based principles. The multi-week curriculum is customized based on your daily overnight sleep data and other health conditions that could impact sleep, such as menopause, chronic pain, or depression. Learn how to challenge assumptions, change habits, and introduce behaviors to help you fall and stay asleep.
    hardware
    machine-learning
    consumer-health-services
  • BrainKey
    BrainKey (w2019)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We quantify brain health and align patients with the right treatment
    artificial-intelligence
    neurotechnology
    consumer-health-services
    health-tech
    digital-health
  • Fair Square
    Fair Square (w2020)Active • 20 employees • New York, NY, USA
    In 1935 the Social Security Act set the retirement age to 65. At the time, the average life expectancy of an American was 62. A lot has changed in the last 83 years. The average American now lives until 79. The people turning 65 today were 45 during the first dot-com boom. The fastest growing segment on Tik-Tok is seniors. It took 20 years, but the internet has finally arrived for seniors. But most of the products that seniors use are distinctly “pre-web” - they’re cumbersome and exploitative. When seniors buy healthcare, they have to talk to an insurance agent over the phone. These agents are exactly what you’d expect - they don’t know much about health insurance and they push Mom and Dad into the plan they get the highest commission on. When seniors look to for liquidity, reverse mortgage brokers take advantage of their financial illiteracy. When seniors look for companionship, they find themselves isolated in the suburbs they originally moved to to raise a family. We are acutely aware of these problems because we see our own parents experience them. Fair Square is fixing them. Fair Square’s goal is to be a company seniors trust. To advise them on health insurance and financial planning. To find them a book club or an Art History lecture at a local community college. To have the customer experience of a five-star hotel and the care and respect of a relative. We started by building a customer obsessed health insurance brokerage for seniors. We’ve worked with 10,000 people across the United States. Our NPS score is 98, compared to an industry average of 13. Join us and build the rest.
    fintech
    consumer-health-services
  • Relationship Hero
    Relationship Hero (s2017)Active • 100 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Instantly connect with a certified relationship expert to get coaching and actionable advice: how to get a date, how to interpret a text, broken trust after cheating, moving on after a breakup, and more.
    consumer-health-services
    dating
  • iSono Health
    iSono Health (w2016)Active • 9 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    The iSono Health platform combines automated 3D ultrasound technology with cloud computation and artificial intelligence to empower women and their physicians with early detection and monitoring of breast cancer. Our patented compact ultrasound scanner captures 3D images through automatic scanning of whole breast volume in 1 min. The device connects to a smartphone/tablet/laptop and is controlled by our mobile app. The data is transferred to a secure cloud for image processing and storage. Our machine learning algorithm uses acoustic biomarkers to identify abnormal masses. Our platform’s automated operation and software expands ultrasound use in point-of-care diagnostics as well as monitoring of breast health at home, walk-in and mobile clinics. iSono Health offers women and healthcare providers : Safety: No Radiation Actionable Feedback with AI Fast: 2min Scan Easy to Use
    artificial-intelligence
    consumer-health-services
    medical-devices
  • Sleep Reset
    Sleep Reset (w2017)Active • 8 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Our mission is to improve quality of life for millions of people by providing easy, immediate access to the world’s best sleep care. Sleep Reset is a digital, personalized sleep clinic, available in a convenient mobile app for iOS and Android. Our program was designed in partnership with leading sleep experts from top sleep clinics and universities. The program improves sleep and reduces sleep anxiety with the most effective methods from sleep clinics, including strategies based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) which are proven to be more effective than sleeping pills. Throughout our program, each member is paired with a dedicated sleep coach who personalizes their program. It’s a life-long, sustainable solution to sleep better in weeks, with no pills or melatonin needed – which means no grogginess, side effects, or dependency. Sleep Reset has been covered in Forbes, TechCrunch, and INSIDER. The company was founded by Yunha Kim, a serial entrepreneur recognized by Forbes as 30 Under 30 and is backed by top Silicon Valley investors including YCombinator, Foundation Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Stanford University and 20+ founders/executives of leading companies.
    mental-health-tech
    sleep-tech
    consumer-health-services
    health-tech
    digital-health
  • SIRUM
    SIRUM (w2015)Active • 15 employees • Palo Alto, CA, USA
    SIRUM uses technology to connect, prioritize and simplify various sources of medicine. We help safety-net clinics access this medicine for their patients. SIRUM is an innovative nonprofit organization committed to reducing barriers to health for underserved populations. Incubated at Stanford University, SIRUM draws from the academic and technology expertise of faculty and alumni to strengthen its impact and efficiency. SIRUM has become a leader in prescription drug donations, providing consulting and technical assistance to county governments, community clinics and multiple drug donor groups to establish redistribution programs
    consumer-health-services
    nonprofit
  • Million Marker
    Million Marker (s2019)Active • 2 employees • Berkeley, CA, USA
    We are a service for people to learn about their personal environmental exposures. Our first product is a urine test for exposure to chemicals in everyday products.
    consumer-health-services
    digital-health
  • Gradia Health
    Gradia Health (w2021)Active • 7 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Our mission is simple: challenge archaic rules and implied medical conventions in healthcare to better serve patients and physicians. Gradia is the backbone of the entire patient experience, helping patients get personalized, high-touch care while also making clinics more money. With our software patients can stay informed/educated about the status of their care, easily communicate with their providers, and get direct access to a specialized virtual care team. Our software is currently at several clinics across the Southeastern US and helping thousands of patients get the care they deserve. 
    consumer-health-services
    health-tech
    telehealth
    digital-health
    healthcare
  • Scout (formerly Uh-Oh Labs)
    Scout (formerly Uh-Oh Labs) (w2022)Active • 12 employees • Santa Clara, CA, USA
    Digital health holds a lot of potential but is ignoring a growing problem: diagnostic testing. Without this data, providers and organizations will be limited in the services they can provide patients at home. Scout has developed a platform - Hub, test kits, and app - that delivers health testing at home with 10x lower development cost and 3x lower per-test price. Our patented tech also meets performance requirements for medical diagnoses and integrates with the current healthcare tech stack. Scout’s technology is poised to disrupt the outdated $33Bn diagnostic market by democratizing testing while dramatically improving the patient experience. Scout has received $16M in non-dilutive funding from the NIH and other organizations to fully de-risk our platform, and our pipeline includes a diverse test menu for primary care (e.g. respiratory and sexual health), wellness (e.g. gut health), and chronic conditions (e.g. certain cancers). We have already received FDA authorization for our platform in clinical settings and are planning to launch our flagship Scout Hub in Q1 2024.
    consumer-health-services
    covid-19
    health-tech
    diagnostics
    consumer-products
  • Molecular Reality (s2018)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We are developing utility-scale molecular sensing using gamified citizen science and a unique, toy-like R&D device.
    consumer-health-services
    synthetic-biology
    gaming
    biotechnology
  • MDalgorithms Inc.
    MDalgorithms Inc. (w2017)Active • 20 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Today 90% of people can't afford to visit a Dermatologist. Our apps automatically analyze the skin or hair using our AI technology and then deliver a customized treatment kit to the customers' doorstep. We have 2 brands: 1. MDacne - the #1 dermatology app in the US & UK App Store. Millions have downloaded MDacne to analyze their acne and get a customized treatment kit. 2. MDhair - the first-ever fully customized hair regrowth treatment kit. Using MDhair, people with hair loss can analyze a picture of their scalp and get a personalized hair regrowth treatment. Our team combines the highest levels of expertise in dermatology, AI, and digital marketing. Come and join us on the mission to build the future of Dermatology!
    artificial-intelligence
    consumer-health-services
    consumer
    healthcare
    telemedicine
  • REPROSENT
    REPROSENT (s2021)Active • 4 employees • Los Gatos, CA, USA
    REPROSENT is a patient-driven care system that harnesses patients' time to relieve overburdened medical teams. With an app that elevates the role of both patients and their loved ones, REPROSENT helps patients stay on track, capture previously untapped data about their lived experience, and receive timely triage that improves their health outcomes. By making crucial patient information actionable, REPROSENT enables doctors to focus their time on personalized treatment, transforming the way medical care is provided.
    biometrics
    consumer-health-services
    digital-health
    healthcare
    oncology
  • Rinse
    Rinse (s2021)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Rinse is building the One Medical for dental. Beautiful studios, easy to book same day appointments, and anxiety-free care focused on prevention, not the upsell.
    consumer-health-services
    digital-health
    telemedicine
    primary-care
  • Mederva Health
    Mederva Health (w2022)Active • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Mederva Health helps hospitals & doctors in developing countries provide better care for their patients by tapping into the best US medical experts. Doctors abroad use our web app to consult with and learn from our board-certified physicians, like cardiologists and oncologists from Stanford, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins.
    consumer-health-services
    telehealth
    digital-health
    healthcare
  • Shape (ShapeScale)
    Shape (ShapeScale) (s2015)Active • 7 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Shape is a health tech startup based in San Francisco, California. We are backed by Y Combinator and the company is led by experienced hardware serial entrepreneurs. Shape has designed a product called ShapeScale. ShapeScale is transforming the way we measure our health goals by enabling you to visualize yourself in 3D and see where you have been losing fat and gaining muscle.
    hardware
    computer-vision
    consumer-health-services
  • Daybreak Health
    Daybreak Health (s2020)Active • 20 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Daybreak offers comprehensive and clinically-validated online mental health services designed for youth, like teletherapy, psychiatry and digital education. We partner with schools and pediatric groups to make access to services easy, and strive to deliver zero cost to the end consumer through insurance and government funding.
    mental-health-tech
    consumer-health-services
    digital-health
  • Circle Medical
    Circle Medical (s2015)Active • 153 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Circle Medical is a venture-backed Y-Combinator healthcare startup on a mission to bring quality, delightful primary care to everyone on the planet. Built by top-tier physicians, engineers, and designers, our medical practice and underlying technology have pioneered how people find and receive care. Our focus on building directly for our patients and providers to address serious care accessibility issues has enabled us to grow over 3X year-over-year. We’re now using our most recent round of funding from WELL Health, backed by Sir Li Ka-shing, to continue building out our hybrid in-clinic and telemedicine model across all fifty states. As we enter the hypergrowth phase, we are looking for deeply motivated team players who are driven to solve some of the biggest challenges in healthcare so that people can live longer and healthier lives. More about us can be found on our website!
    consumer-health-services
    primary-care
  • GoGoGrandparent
    GoGoGrandparent (s2016)Active • 250 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    GoGoGrandparent is a virtual retirement community that offers rides, meals, medication, groceries, home maintenance & community for older adults living at home. All services are accessible via regular phone call (no special technology required) and all service providers are vetted & screened. All requests are monitored for greater than 99% reliability, many of our clients rely on us to live years longer in their home.
    assistive-tech
    consumer-health-services
  • Labdoor
    Labdoor (w2015)Active • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Labdoor is a marketplace where consumers research, find, and buy the best supplements. To verify the purity and potency of these products, Labdoor first buys and tests actual dietary supplement samples: • We send each product to an FDA-registered laboratory for a detailed chemical analysis. • Our scientists then collect the laboratory results and use internal algorithms to translate this data into simple grades and rankings for consumers. • Find a product you love? Click "buy it now" to activate in-app purchases.
    marketplace
    consumer-health-services
  • Nourish
    Nourish (w2021)Active • 38 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Nourish is solving America's healthcare crisis by helping people eat better. We connect chronic condition patients with a Registered Dietitian via telehealth and get it covered by their health insurance.
    consumer-health-services
    healthcare
  • Qvin
    Qvin (w2016)Active • 30 employees • Menlo Park, CA, USA
    Qvin is the first and only healthcare service to scientifically prove menstrual blood can test for critical health information – just like a traditional laboratory blood test. Women's health has always been under-prioritized in science. We still operate in a world built by men, for men. It’s why in 2014, Dr. Sara Naseri and Søren Therkelsen started Qvin to research, develop, and patent a product that powers an underserved and understudied population—women. Over 70% of the decisions our doctors make are influenced by blood test results. Every month, 1.8 billion people across the world menstruate. However, the blood our bodies naturally deliver every month has never been explored as a testing source. And yet, menstrual blood has been left unexplored. Qvin is the first and only healthcare service to use period blood as a non-invasive blood test. We exist to give women an easy, insightful way to monitor existing health issues, proactively screen for others, and go into doctor visits more informed and confident of their own health. Our health technology platform helps women manage their health better through a non-invasive blood collection device named the Q-Pad™. All of us at Qvin want to move the study of women forward. We want to close the gender data gap. And we stand for every person who identifies with women, however they define it.
    ai-powered-drug-discovery
    consumer-health-services
    telemedicine
  • MentalHappy
    MentalHappy (s2018)Active • 7 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    MentalHappy is a tele-health platform that allows health professionals to facilitate online support groups.The MentalHappy app allows health professionals to facilitate online support groups to help meet the rising demand for mental health services, create meaningful impact and earn extra revenue. Some groups are more intimate, while others have 100+ members, spanning different life events from grief support, healing from illness, life after divorce, black mental health, LGBTQIA+, stress management, emotional fertility support, coping with anxiety, and many other groups.
    mental-health-tech
    consumer-health-services
  • Fella Health
    Fella Health (w2020)Active • 4 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Fella Health is the telehealth clinic for men with obesity. With Fella, patients meet a board-certified obesity doctor to prescribe FDA-approved medications, while they undertake personalized health coaching through our app.
    consumer-health-services
    healthcare
    telemedicine
  • Blueberry Pediatrics
    Blueberry Pediatrics (w2018)Active • 15 employees • Mountain View, CA, USA
    Blueberry Medical provides concierge pediatric care with at-home medical diagnostics and an always-available team of Pediatricians. Blueberry handles twice as may illnesses as any other telemedicine provider and has proven to reduce ER costs by 50%.
    consumer-health-services
    health-tech
    telehealth
    pediatrics
    digital-health
  • Rex
    Rex (w2023)Active • 4 employees • Zürich, Switzerland
    Rex.fit (formerly BabylonAI) is an AI fitness and nutrition coach. We use computer vision and AI to create interactive gamified workouts (sign up and try at https://www.rex.fit). We also offer a nutrition chatbot that simplifies food logging through natural language processing, making it as easy as texting a friend to track your dietary intake (try it out on telegram http://t.me/rex_nutribot).
    artificial-intelligence
    computer-vision
    consumer-health-services
    fitness
  • Zeit Medical
    Zeit Medical (s2021)Active • 2 employees • Redwood City, CA, USA
    Zeit Medical leverages the power of AI and wearable sensors to deliver peace of mind for those affected by stroke. Zeit’s smart headband immediately detects the onset of stroke and notifies 911. Each year more than 90% of the one million strokes in the US go untreated, resulting in life-long disability and exploding medical costs north of $100b. The lack of timely treatment is the result of delays in alerting the emergency services. More than 10 million Americans with an elevated stroke risk live with constant fear that a stroke may go unnoticed for hours, while they are asleep or alone. The company was founded by Orestis Vardoulis PhD a biomedical & mechanical engineer and expert in digital health (EPFL/Stanford) and Urs Naber MD a critical care physician (Dartmouth/Stanford). They have both seen the devastating effects of stroke in their families and came up with the idea of addressing this unmet clinical need during their Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship.
    sleep-tech
    consumer-health-services
    medical-devices
  • Genomelink
    Genomelink (s2021)Active • 15 employees • Berkeley, CA, USA
    Genomelink is a DNA App Store. If you got DNA tested from companies like 23andMe/Ancestry, you can transfer your DNA data to Genomelink and unlock hundreds of unique apps like: 🧬Global ancestry report that goes deeper than 23andMe. 🧬More varieties of body and mind traits analysis than that are available on Ancestry. Team: Tomo from M3, Inc. ($70B medical platform), Yuta from MyCode (#1 consumer genetic testing in Japan), Ken from Sony (tech & bio-info lead at a joint venture between Illumina and Sony), and Carlos Bustamante, P.I. from Stanford University. The investor and affiliates include Y Combinator (S21), Sompo (Top insurance CVC in Japan, led deals for Palantir and Noom), Sony, Berkeley SkyDeck, and StartX.
    consumer-health-services
    genomics
  • Joon Health
    Joon Health (w2022)Active • 10 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Joon is an integrated pediatric digital health platform for kids, starting with behavior disorders like ADHD, autism, anxiety, and depression. In Joon, kids access a game-based digital therapeutic where they level up when they do real-life behaviors that are managed by parents and clinicians. Over the next 10 years, we plan on being the first-line vertically integrated digital treatment for pediatric behavior disorders, leveraging the first of its kind technology to drive behavior change.
    mental-health-tech
    consumer-health-services
    consumer
  • RTHM
    RTHM (w2022)Active • 14 employees • Redwood City, CA, USA
    Current Description: RTHM provides virtual-first care for complex illness including Long COVID, ME/CFS, POTS, and mast cell activation. Many clinics focus on teaching patients how to better cope with symptoms, which is helpful, but we don’t stop there. We develop collaborations & partnerships so our patients access to the most promising testing and root-cause directed early therapies for their illness(es) with the goal of simplifying and streamlining the most efficient and effective clinical pathways so they can be scaled in the form of low cost online modules overseen remotely by clinicians. In conjunction with clinical care, RTHM operates a clinical lab and collects deep molecular data with robust clinical context to develop AI-powered diagnostics and better ways of predicting which treatments may work best for whom.
    consumer-health-services
    health-tech
    digital-health
    healthcare
    telemedicine
  • Verano Health
    Verano Health (s2021)Acquired • 3 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We're building the nation's largest digital diabetes platform for underserved Americans. There are 80 million Americans on Medicaid and 30% or more have chronic disease. Less than 1% of patients with diabetes receive needed training. We provide a SMS-based telehealth platform to people with chronic disease on Medicaid. Our proven Healthy at Home program uses 2-way SMS interactions, weekly diabetes coaching visits, and evidence-based health education. Our vision is to reach millions of Americans that lack at-home support for chronic disease. We're billing health insurance $186 for telehealth visits and have 2 contracts underway. With your support, we can be a fully sustainable nonprofit by 2023.
    mental-health-tech
    consumer-health-services
    healthcare-it