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Stride Health

Stride Health

Stride Health is a company offering an independent worker benefits platform.

Stride Health is a company offering an independent worker benefits platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2013 by Matt Butner and Noah Lang. Its focus is on connecting individuals with health plans under the Affordable Care Act. The company is offering insurance plans for health, dental, vision, life, and is also offering mileage and expense tracking. Stride Health is offers plans from over 200 American insurance companies which include Kaiser Permanente, Molina Healthcare, Oscar, Anthem BlueCross BlueShield, and Ambetter.

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Seed

On June 14, 2014 Stride Health completed their seed funding round with an undisclosed amount of funding from Eight Roads Ventures. On January 16, 2015 Stride health expanded their seed funding with $2.4 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates (lead investor), Rock Health, F-Prime Capital, and Carl Byers. 

Series A

On May 20, 2015 Stride health completed their series A funding round with $13 million in funding from Venrock (lead investor), New Enterprise Associates, and F-Prime Capital. 

Series B

On August 22, 2017 Stride Health completed their series B funding round with $23.5 million in funding from F-Prime Capital (lead investor), Venrock, Portag3 Ventures, and New Enterprise Associates. 

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Stride Health Launches A New Mobile App For Its Healthcare Recommendation Service

Jonathan Shieber

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January 16, 2015

Stride Health Raises $13M To Be The HR Platform For Freelancers

Christine Magee

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May 20, 2015

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