K Health Raises $59 Million in Fresh Funding

K Health allows users to access healthcare professionals digitally, irrespective of their location or time constraints. Through their app, users can initiate a conversation with an AI-powered chatbot, which gathers relevant medical information to provide initial insights into their symptoms. Its platform sifts through the data of millions of patients and suggests a medical condition and will connect patients with a doctor or nurse, if needed.

K Health has raised $59 million from its investors along with one of the largest academic medical centers in California, Cedars-Sinai, to build out its AI-powered medical services. In total, K Health has raised $330 million to date.

K Health, New York, United States, was founded in 2016 by CEO Allon Bloch, Ran Shaul, and Israel Roth together with Taboola CEO Adam Singolda. “We don’t pretend to be good at everything. There are areas where we are less good and there are better areas,” says Allon Bloch. “In the field of family medicine, we have both a breadth of information and a lot of depth.”

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