Midi Health Raises $60M for Menopause Care

Midi Health

No longer stigmatized, women’s health is scaling.

The news: Seven months after a $25M Series A, virtual menopause clinic Midi Health closed a $60M Series B led by Emerson Collective.

Factoring personal history and genetic risk, the company’s specialized clinicians provide integrative care plans spanning hormonal and nonhormonal meds, lifestyle coaching, supplements, and more.

Why it matters: More than a moment, the menopausal transition occurs over ~7–14 years. With just 20% of OBGYNs receiving formal menopause training, support has been lacking.

A failure, 75% of women never receive treatment for symptoms, which can include sleep problems, fatigue, joint pain, mood swings, and brain fog.

Shining a light on hormonal health, startups are tackling women’s midlife needs.

  • Providing education, care, and community, Elektra Health secured $3.3M in February.
  • With $28.5M raised, digital concierge platform Evernow counts Gwyneth Paltrow and Drew Barrymore as angel investors.

Catering to all ages, hybrid clinic Tia announced a CEO switch up as it eyes expansion beyond  CA, NY, and AZ.

Takeaway: More than 1M Americans start menopause each year, many of whom are medical orphans. Comprising 45% of the female workforce, women 45+ deserve better — and easing their symptoms would save the US $26.6B annually.

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