Startup raises $42M to link behavioral health services to primary care practices

Behavioral health startup Concert Health secured $42 million in series B funding, including from Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health and Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based Advent Health.

Concert Health said April 27 the funding round was led by venture capital firm Define Ventures.

The company offers behavioral health support to primary care, women's health and pediatric providers. It uses referrals, prescription data and screening across a practice's patient population to identify those who may benefit from behavioral health services. Those patients are then connected with a behavioral care manager through a phone or video call.

"Great behavioral healthcare can be transformative for patients, but in this country it is incredibly difficult to access and it rarely connects back to the rest of your health and your care," Concert Health's co-founder and CEO Spencer Hutchins said in a news release. "A tremendous amount of data supports bridging the gap between physical and behavioral health. We're focused on making behavioral health an integrated part of whole-person care and accessible to as many people as possible."

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