AndHealth Expands Columbus, Ohio, Operations
The new office will be located at 2 Miranova Place. The space will allow the company to more than triple its existing employee count while providing room for expansion.
“We are excited to continue our growth in Columbus,” said Matt Scantland, founder and CEO of AndHealth. “Whether from the employers and patients we serve here, the amazing talent base, or the city and state government, the support from the community has been incredible. This is an ideal place to build a mission-driven company.”
AndHealth gained the backing of leading health technology investor Francisco Partners, and the American Medical Association’s innovation arm, Health 2047 Capital Partners, in a $57 million funding round that was one of the largest first financings for digital health companies.
“AndHealth’s new space in downtown Columbus will bring 65 new, high-paying jobs and allow this innovative healthcare company to continue its growth in Central Ohio,” said J.P. Nauseef, president and CEO of JobsOhio. “As AndHealth continues its rise in Ohio, it is also providing healthcare solutions that benefit patients nationwide.”
AndHealth operates the world’s first-ever Virtual Center of Excellence for migraine reversal and will soon launch a second VCOE for autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. The company works with employers and benefits brokers who offer its healthcare service to support employees in getting their lives back from chronic disease while unlocking productivity and cost savings.
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