Unite Us raises $35 million to connect healthcare and social services

Unite Us has raised $35 million in its Series B investment round led by Oak HC/FT. Other investors include Town Hall Ventures, Define Ventures, Scout Ventures, Luminate, and New York Ventures. The funds will be used to fuel the company's growth.

The company's platform connects healthcare and social service providers, and helps to coordinate care for vulnerable populations in the US, including Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries, the homeless, justice-involved individuals and populations with behavioral health and substance use challenges.

"The market is just getting started when it comes to comprehensively addressing the social determinants of health," said Taylor Justice, President of Unite Us. "Providing the infrastructure and methodology that connects organisations across silos, enabling them to work together seamlessly, and proving that patients received services is just the start."

Unite Us was founded in 2013 to to serve the needs of the military-connected population, and to address the fact that a person’s health cannot be addressed with clinical care alone, by seamlessly integrating the social determinants of health into patient care.