Morgan Well being publicizes new funding in LetsGetChecked to increase entry to healthcare at house

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE). that provides clinical tools to manage patients’ health from the comfort and ease of their own homes.

LetsGetChecked’s vertically integrated platform supports the full spectrum of patient care, providing direct access to diagnostic testing, genetic insights, virtual consultations and medication delivery. The global company offers a complete end-to-end solution for patients with access to more than 100 laboratory panels and personalized treatment plans. Additionally, medical practices and virtual care providers can integrate LetsGetChecked services directly into their workflows to meet the increasing demand for home care.

The LetsGetChecked platform plays a key role in reaching underserved employees and individuals who often face significant financial or logistical barriers to routine and recommended testing. LetsGetChecked also provides employers and providers with clinical insights to inform population-based health initiatives aimed at addressing the prevalence of common health problems, including diabetes, high cholesterol and a range of other chronic conditions.

“Timely access to clinical testing plays a critical role in improving employee health. When patients delay or forgo recommended or routine testing, the consequences can be significant, as we have seen with the rise in cancer diagnoses and disease progression during the Covid-19 pandemic,” said Dan Mendelson, CEO of Morgan Health. “LetsGetChecked is designed to serve and meet employees wherever they are, and most importantly, from the comfort and convenience of their own home to ensure they receive the care they need.”

The Series D-2 round, led by Casdin Capital and Transformation Capital (LTP Equity), will support LetsGetChecked’s continued expansion as it serves Fortune 500 organizations, healthcare plans, provider groups and the public sector. Robin Leopold, executive vice president and head of human resources at JPMorgan Chase and a member of the company’s operations committee, will join the LetsGetChecked board of directors.

Founded in 2015, LetsGetChecked has run more than 10 million tests and worked with more than 300 business clients in the United States, United Kingdom and European Union. LetsGetChecked recently acquired BioIQ, in addition to Veritas Genetics and Veritas Intercontinental, who have expanded the company’s services to include whole genome sequencing as well as targeted laboratory panels such as pharmacogenomics (PGx). These new offerings enable LetsGetChecked to support the full lifecycle of care in the areas of women’s health, men’s health, sexual health, and general health and well-being.

“Our partnership with Morgan Health will support the growth of LetsGetChecked’s 360-degree platform to transform the way healthcare is delivered and lower barriers to access for those most in need,” said Peter Foley, Founder and CEO of LetsGetChecked . “Our scalable infrastructure and API toolset enable employers, healthcare plans, providers and the public sector to seamlessly enable diagnostic testing and virtual care with our fully integrated supply chain, which spans manufacturing through sample processing in our state-of-the-art-art lab as well as virtual consultations and drug delivery.”

Morgan Health’s investment in LetsGetChecked follows its recent investments in Vera Whole Health and subsequent investments in Castlight Health, Embold Health, Centivo and research collaboration with Kaiser Permanente. Morgan Health will continue to identify emerging and developing companies focused on fostering greater accountability in the U.S. healthcare system with the goal of scaling these offerings to JPMC employees and the more than 150 million Americans with employer-sponsored health insurance and to expand.

About Morgan Health

Morgan Health is a business unit of JPMorgan Chase focused on improving employer-sponsored healthcare. Through its investments and promotion of responsible care, Morgan Health works to improve the quality, equity and affordability of employer-sponsored healthcare for JPMorgan Chase employees, their families and the US healthcare system. The business will be led by Morgan Health CEO Dan Mendelson, who will report to Peter Scher, vice chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and a member of the company’s operations committee. Morgan Health is headquartered in Washington, DC. Visit

About LetsGetChecked

LetsGetChecked is a global health solutions company that provides the tools to manage health from the home by providing direct access to diagnostic testing, virtual care and medication delivery for a variety of health and wellness conditions. LetsGetChecked’s end-to-end model includes manufacturing, logistics, laboratory analysis, clinic support and prescription fulfillment. Founded in 2015, the company empowers people to live longer, happier lives with accessible health information and care. LetsGetChecked is available nationwide in the US, UK and most EU countries. It has its joint headquarters in Dublin and New York. Visit

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