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Clearstep

Clearstep

Clearstep is a company founded by Bilal Naved, David Zbarsky, Peter Garber and Adeel Malik.

Clearstep is a company focused on digital healthcare. The company was founded in 2018 by Adeel Malik and Bilal Naved, in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

The technology that Clearstep has created offers a consumer healthcare experience that allows users to weigh healthcare options for value and convenience. The experience that Clearstep aims to provide includes modern options such as artificial intelligence symptom diagnosis, scheduling, and price comparisons. The artificial intelligence matches symptoms to the appropriate available places to receive care, letting the user know wait times, outcome ratings, and helps them schedule an appointment.

Clearstep started as a company under the name Lytic, which was founded on the ideas of virtual triage, care routing, digital scheduling, and other features as they do under the name Clearstep. Lytic was decided, by the company, to be a name that suggested the company primarily focused on using analytics to give patients access to care. The company decided to change their name to Clearstep to highlight that they give the "next step" for care.

Timeline

May 15, 2019

Clearstep raised $150,000 in Pre Seed from Jumpstart Foundry

February 19, 2019

Clearstep raised $274,000 in Pre Seed

People

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Role
LinkedIn

Adeel Malik

Co-Founder, CEO

Bilal Naved

Co-Founder, COO

Further reading

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Lytic is now Clearstep

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Web

September 12, 2019

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Companies

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CEO
Location
Products/Services

Clearstep

Adeel Malik

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Digital Healthcare Experience

News

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Description
Darrell Etherington
March 27, 2020
TechCrunch
There are a growing number of symptom checker and screening tools that you can use at home if you suspect you might have contracted the new coronavirus that is causing the global COVID-19 pandemic. Most of these are relatively simple, including around three or four questions that basically cover the top reported symptoms experienced by [...]

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