Carrum Health, a value-based healthcare company enabling self-funded employers to buy specialist medical care, raised $45 million in Series B funding.
When we last checked in with Carrum Health in 2021, the company had raised $40 million. Founded in 2014, the company provides surgical and cancer treatment guidance and coordination. Members pay a fee to get an all-inclusive pricing model and 30-day warranty on care via Carrum’s Centers of Excellence network.
Carrum Health CEO Sach Jain told TechCrunch that a published study by the RAND Corp. showed that by working closely with members, the company is able to reduce unnecessary procedures by as much as 30% and help employers save up to 45% per episode of care.
Following the investment in 2021, the company launched its oncology offering in partnership with top cancer institutes, including Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and University of Chicago Medicine.
“We started exploring new