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Investors just made a $35 million bet on a startup that wants to help people find food and housing to keep them healthy

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Unite Us, a health-tech company that wants to help connect health systems to services like housing and food with the hope of keeping people healthier and out of the hospital, just raised another $35 million.
The hope is to improve on a process that already happens over the phone or through written-down referrals in a way that speeds it up and tracks the outcomes.
Health plans are looking at new ways to keep their members healthy that include paying for patients' rents and promoting better eating habits.
Nancy Brown, a partner at venture firm Oak HC/FT, remembers talking with a potential...
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