Gennev, a digital menopause care supply platform, introduced it’s now an in-network supplier for many of Aetna’s industrial well being plans nationwide.
Seattle-based Gennev, beforehand often called Genneve, offers menopause sufferers with customized remedy by its community of OB-GYNs, well being coaches and registered dietitians.
Gennev can be obtainable to most of Aetna’s industrial members with out prior authorization, whereas HMO members could require a referral.
“Gennev suppliers assist girls perceive the place they’re of their 7–10-year journey, then they ship a custom-made, evidence-based plan to assist them really feel aid. This settlement with Aetna will improve entry to this menopause look after hundreds of thousands of American girls, whereas serving to to bolster the necessity for this care with each employers and the ladies struggling to seek out options,” Jill Angelo, CEO of Gennev, mentioned in a press release.
THE LARGER TREND
Final week, the menopause care supplier introduced a partnership with hybrid outpatient psychological healthcare supplier LifeStance Health to supply Gennev’s sufferers with referrals to LifeStance’s psychiatric and psychotherapy clinicians tailor-made to the wants of ladies with menopause.
One other menopause-focused firm is telehealth startup Evernow, which matches customers to a clinician who helps construct a customized remedy plan primarily based on the affected person’s well being historical past.
Northwell Holdings and Aegis Ventures additionally reside within the house. The businesses launched the digital menopause care firm Upliv in November, the primary firm shaped by their partnership centered on fairness in girls’s healthcare.