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Better Health Raises $14 Million


The University of Miami Health System, or UHealth, has made a sizeable investment in Better Health, becoming a key investor in the medical supply and support provider’s strategic funding round that raised $14 million.

The new infusion of funding follows a $10 million Series A round with this round including backing from Healthworx and Mosaic General Partnership, as well as participation from new investor Samsung Next, as well as existing investors such as Caffeinated Capital, General Catalyst and Bill Ackman’s family office Table Management.

Better Health, which was founded by Naama Stauber Breckler and Adam Breckler back in 2019, has raised a grand total of $27.5 million in funding, per Crunchbase.

“We started Better Health with a mission to revolutionize chronic care for people dependent on medical supplies with a solution built on human-to-human connection,” Stauber Brecker, CEO, said in a LinkedIn post. “We envision a world where no one has to manage their chronic condition alone and today’s announcement is one more step toward this ambitious goal.”


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