Combined with the Heal Hub, telemedicine is being delivered by a familiar doctor through the context of the patient's health history and real-time vitals.
Heal unifies data from house calls with existing medical records through Health Records on iPhone to provide a more contextualized form of care.
Patients in most of D.C. and parts of Northern Virginia will now have instant access to an unhurried, highly-qualified doctor, in-home or at their office, at an affordable cost.
Soneji is the former director of engineering at Snap.
Rish is the former general manager of mobile apps at Amazon.
The company also covers Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco and Silicon Valley; it plans to expand to an additional 10-15 major metro markets this year.
The on-demand service for doctor house calls provides PPO plan members with access to licensed physicians without ever leaving home.
The company will use the fresh capital to expand to 15 markets over 12 months; 3 VCs and numerous renowned angels provided the capital.
Unlike traditional doctor visits, Heal doctors spend as much time as needed with each patient for a fixed fee of $99, anytime between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.