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Patch is now Anagram: What the new name means

Patch is now Anagram. What does that mean? Click here to find out...
Published 2.26.2020

At Patch, healthcare transformation is happening every day. We embrace change. That’s why we’re so excited to announce that Patch is now Anagram. From the beginning, our mission has remained the same: Making healthcare accessible and easy to pay for. We've since grown to serve thousands of doctors and hundreds of thousands of patients who share the same belief. We’re making healthcare easy to pay for and envision a world where buying healthcare services is simple, quick and delightful. Sort of like buying a cup of coffee. Think about it: Who wants to deal with bills, insurance, and costs when they’re sick? Our goal is to simplify the process and contribute to a system that focuses on receiving and delivering quality care.


Our new name Anagram was inspired by the notion of rearranging and shaking up the way healthcare is delivered. Our healthcare system has many of the right pieces. We have excellent technologies, smart and passionate professionals, and the innate drive to help others. The problem is, the current system is not really set up for success. Improving processes, increasing transparency, and lowering administrative costs are necessary to cause a shift in the way we interact with our healthcare. With Patch, insurance paperwork is in the rearview mirror. And as Anagram we’ll continue transforming how healthcare is delivered.


Today, we’re proud to announce that we’ve received over $9M in Series A financing led by ManchesterStory, with participation from Synchrony, Waterline Ventures, Rogue Venture Partners, Launchpad Digital Health, KEC Ventures, and Healthy Ventures. We are incredibly grateful for all of our supporters in our journey for a better healthcare system. This is just the beginning. We intend on helping more doctors, more patients, and significantly expanding our footprint. Expect to see new products and services in the coming months and years. Stay tuned.

Jeremy Bluvol
Jeremy Bluvol, Co-founder and CEO Anagram
Just an engineer that's trying to make healthcare better

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