Forward Raises $100 Million

Forward is a healthcare startup that empowers patients to take control of their well-being through the use of intelligent health monitoring devices, data-driven assessments, and personalized health plans. From primary care and routine check-ups to specialized diagnostics and wellness programs, Forward ensures seamless integration and continuity of care. This comprehensive approach eliminates the need for multiple appointments and referrals, saving patients time and minimizing the potential for miscommunication or missed diagnoses.

Forward has raised $100 million in a new funding round from Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund and Softbank, Eric Schmidt, John Giannandrea, and DeepMind founders Demis Hassabis and Mustafa Suleyman.

Forward, San Francisco, California, United States, was founded in 2016 by Adrian Aoun. “CarePods will reshape a world where healthcare is conveniently accessible on every street corner,” said Adrian Aoun, founder and CEO of Forward. “Forward was created to solve the existential problems in healthcare by using technology to scale care to billions of people. Forward CarePods are the next major milestone in Forward’s mission, combining AI technology and medical expertise to address the three fundamental challenges of healthcare: cost, accessibility, and quality,” he added.

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