DH100 recognizes the most exciting and innovative digital health startups in New York
New York, NY (February 6, 2024) – Twentyeight Health announced today that it has been named to the 2024 New York Digital Health 100 (DH100), a recognition that highlights the most exciting and innovative startups in New York. Digital Health New York (DHNY) publishes the annual list in conjunction with the New York Healthcare Innovation Report which takes an in-depth look at the investment trends, opportunities and challenges in the digital health sector.
“We are thrilled to be recognized on the 2024 New York Digital Health 100 list among other disruptive startups,” said Bruno Van Tuykom, CEO and co-founder of Twentyeight Health. “We look forward to having a remarkable year in 2024 with our focus on continuing to provide exceptional service to our patients, and to working with payers to get care to more people. These initiatives complement our future vision to support women from menstruation, through pregnancy, to menopause.”
“2024 marks the fifth year of the New York Digital Health 100 and in that time, the digital health ecosystem in New York has significantly grown and evolved,” said Bunny Ellerin, co-founder and CEO, DHNY. “We are proud to recognize these exceptional organizations and commend them for their ongoing commitment to innovation, transformation and the role they play in driving healthcare forward.”
Twentyeight Health had an action-packed 2023 when they transitioned patients from two of their largest competitors, SimpleHealth and the Pill Club, after they ended operations, and became one of the largest platforms in the space. They are one of the only women’s telemedicine platforms that focuses on underserved communities and widely accepts Medicaid, which is increasingly relevant as more states are expanding Medicaid coverage to a full year post-pregnancy to improve outcomes for women in underserved communities.
About Twentyeight Health
Twentyeight Health is a mission-driven women’s healthcare platform, expanding access through high quality telemedicine care, convenient at-home deliveries, and affordable options. Twentyeight Health is available in 38 states and the District of Columbia, serving almost 90 percent of women of reproductive age. Twentyeight Health donates 1% of revenues to nonprofits that work to improve access to reproductive & sexual healthcare. Twentyeight Health has received multiple awards for the company’s impact, including 2024 Digital Health 100 (DH100), Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies, Forbes Next 1000, Top 50 in Digital Health by Rock Health, the NYC Digital The 10 most innovative companies with fewer than 100 employees of 2022, Health 100, and the Inc. Female Founders 100.
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About Digital Health New York (DHNY)
Digital Health New York (DHNY) is a connected community of digital health leaders who share ideas, spark new directions and create success across the entire ecosystem. As an organization, we seek to increase the visibility of New York City as a leader in healthcare innovation and showcase the companies and leaders creating the future of healthcare. Our flagship event, DHNY Summit, brings together an elite group of entrepreneurs, investors, payers, providers and executives to cultivate the New York digital health community and drive impactful conversations around the current and future state of digital health. DHNY was founded in 2022 in collaboration with AlleyCorp. For more information or to join DHNY’s mailing list, please visit www.dhny.co.
To compile the DH100, we invited companies to complete an in-depth application with both quantitative and qualitative measures to help us to get to know the company better. We also used our dynamic database of digital health companies in the region to round out the
consideration set. A company qualified for consideration if it maintained headquarters or employed at least 10 people in the New York region. Companies that were public or non-profit; founded before 2014; or had an exit were excluded. We evaluated companies on a number of factors, including but not limited to: strength of application, leadership, number of employees, funding (if known), revenue (if known), market fit, differentiated offerings, and community engagement.