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Uber Cofounder’s ‘Uber For Healthcare’ Startup Raises $14 Million
Forbes

While dozens of startups today look to Uber as a template for how to bring on-demand convenience to a long-standing market, one “Uber for healthcare” startup has an advantage. Its cofounder Oscar Salazar, who helped build the first Uber prototype, knows a thing or two about the $46 billion-plus valuation company first-hand.

Pager announced Tuesday it had raised $14 million from Ashton Kutcher’s Sound Ventures and New Enterprise Associates, with existing investors Goodwater Capital, Lux Capital and Montage Ventures rejoining. The money’s aimed at expanding the New York City-focused service to new markets including San Francisco and Los Angeles and building out the product.

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