Startup’s Medicaid Database May Help Answer Previously Unanswerable Questions
The San Francisco-based Nuna just nabbed $90 million in funding for the tool.
San Francisco Business Times:
SF Startup Nuna Raised $90M For Its Medicaid Data Platform
San Francisco-based Nuna came out of stealth last week, raising more than $90 million in funding led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. The startup has built a cloud database with information on 74 million Medicaid patients in the U.S. Nuna built its data platform based on technology from Amazon Web Services, to work with employers, health plans and Medicare and Medicaid centers to provide and analyze health information faster and at scale. (Siu, 1/23)