Bay Area Inno: S.F. telehealth startup merges with NY’s Thirty Madison

Two competing telehealth startups on opposite coasts are joining forces. 

San Francisco’s Nurx and New York-based Thirty Madison announced Wednesday that they will merge and operate under the Thirty Madison brand. Terms were not disclosed, but Nurx was valued at more than $300 million in 2020, according to PitchBook.

Read the full article on the Bay Area Inno.

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