Radish Health

Radish Health is a healthcare platform that partners with employers to deliver integrated primary care and mental health services to employees.


What is Radish Health?

So who we are is a team of doctors, therapists, and engineers on a mission to simplify healthcare. So my background, I'm an ER physician. I worked for years here in New York at a pretty high level, running emergency departments. And what we saw is there's a lack of ability for people to access their doctors and therapists in a convenient way. But my friends and family could call me and they could text me whenever they needed anything medical-related. They could book an appointment with me theoretically, but I was always accessible and they trusted me. And we wanna create that sort of approach for providing healthcare to all.

How is Radish Health different?

So we're led by myself as a physician, as well as a bunch of other physicians and therapists. And part of that, is that because of that we assign everyone proactively, a personalized care team consisting of a doctor and a therapist, as well as a medical concierge all on one aggregated platform. So you don't have a point solution for mental health, another point solution for care navigation, and another one for primary care. It's all on one application, which lends well to HR staff when they're trying to implement solutions like ours. It's super simple — one solution for all three things. And on top of that, we integrate directly into their HR systems, and/or payroll systems so they don't have to give us a list of who needs to be on or off the platform. It just works.

Who is a good fit for Radish Health?

So we serve a pretty wide variety of sectors to date. Everything from municipal governments to large hospitality groups. The commonalities between them are groups looking to increase productivity by increasing access to mental health and primary care. So people are wasting less time looking at their health insurance plan and trying to find someone in-network, and struggling to figure out what that even means. And then the other are groups looking to decrease their healthcare costs, especially the larger self, self-funded groups. They're seeing unnecessary ER admissions, specialist visits, and/or prescription drug costs going up every year.

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Posted: Friday, October 21, 2022

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