Blink Health

Blink is using technology to get you affordable prices on your prescription medications. We are the alternative to rising copays and high cash prices. Use Blink at virtually every U.S. pharmacy, including all major chains and independent pharmacies. Blink provides significant savings, even if you have insurance. It’s available to anyone as an alternate to your copay or cash price. Blink is free to use: there are no premiums or membership fees.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2014
Size (employees)
83 (est)+4%
Blink Health was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in New York, US

Blink Health Office Locations

Blink Health has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
305 W Broadway

Blink Health Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2014

Total Funding

$165 m

Latest funding size

$90 m

Time since last funding

4 months

Investors

Blink Health's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $90 m. In total, Blink Health has raised $165 m

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Blink Health News and Updates

Capsule raised $20 million from Thrive

 Capsule, a New York-based pharmacy delivery startup, has raised $20 million from Thrive Capital, founder Eric Kinariwala told TechCrunch editor Jordan Crook on stage today at Disrupt NY. The raise was first noted in the Wall Street Journal but Kinariwala came on stage today during our Founders Spot…

The prices for life-saving diabetes medications have increased again

Insulin prices have been rising — increases that mean some people are spending as much on monthly diabetes-related expenses as their mortgage payment. It's led some people living with diabetes to turn to the black market, crowdfunding pages, and Facebook pages to get access…

A startup built an app to help people with type 2 diabetes better control their glucose levels

A new startup called Amalgam Rx wants to change the way people with type 2 diabetes manage their insulin intake with the help of a prescription app.  There are roughly 30 million people in the US living with diabetes, many of whom inject insulin, a hormone that's produced in…

Big Pharma has become a leader in the fight against the death penalty (PFE, MCK)

Arkansas's plan to execute 8 men over the course of 11 days in April hit a road block on Friday when a federal judge moved to block all of the executions by issuing a restraining order against the state's use of the drug vecuronium bromide. Arkansas was pushing to do the exe…

Some people spend as much on insulin as their mortgage — and drugmakers are taking note (NVO, LLY)

For people living with Type 1 diabetes and some who live with Type 2, injections of insulin — a hormone that helps people absorb and process the sugar in food — are a necessary part of daily life.  And for many, that's becoming a financial hazard. The cost of insulin has jum…

Term Sheet — Tuesday, November 8

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