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Heal raises $26.9 million for at-home doctor visits

Concierge medicine isn't just for the rich anymore, and the app Heal has raised $26.9 million to prove it.  The startup, which looks to eliminate wasted time and money in healthcare through on-demand, at-home doctor's visits, announced its first major funding round on Tuesday.  SEE ALSO: Apple's push into healthcare now includes Apple Watch data Heal says its platform is a long-term solution to problems in healthcare — not an alternative when the doctor's office is closed.
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