Akili, the corporate behind a video game-like prescription digital therapeutic for youngsters with ADHD, reported an increase in third-quarter income to $702,000, from $114,000 within the second quarter of this 12 months, which the corporate attributes to the continued progress of its grownup ADHD providing EndeavorOTC.
The corporate reported whole working bills of $18.8 million for the third quarter, in comparison with $15.3 million within the second quarter of this 12 months, and a web lack of $15.9 million in Q3, in comparison with $11.8 million in Q2.
Money, short-term investments and money equivalents had been $86.3 million as of the top of the third quarter.
“We’re happy with early outcomes of our previously-announced strategic shift from a prescription to a non-prescription enterprise mannequin targeted on EndeavorOTC,” Matt Franklin, CEO of Akili, stated in an announcement. “We’ve submitted EndeavorOTC for FDA overview and authorization as an over-the-counter medical product within the grownup ADHD market and anticipate that these enterprise mannequin adjustments mixed with our new direct-to-consumer advertising and marketing efforts will speed up the trail to profitability.”
Canada-based Carebook, a Saas-based supplier of built-in digital well being and wellness options for employers, suppliers, pharmacies and others, reported a 69% improve in income to $3.5 million within the third quarter, in comparison with $2.1 million within the second quarter of this 12 months.
The corporate achieved its first quarter of constructive adjusted EBITDA at $0.1 million, in comparison with Q2’s adjusted EBITDA lack of $1.1 million this 12 months.
Carebook reported a web lack of $0.4 million, a 77% enchancment in comparison with the $1.7 million loss throughout the identical interval final 12 months.
“We proceed to execute on our marketing strategy, accomplished a number of massive implementations thus far through the 12 months and helped our shoppers onboard a big quantity of customers through the 9 months ended September 30, 2023, indicating robust demand for well being and wellness companies continues to exist,” Michael Peters, Carebook CEO, stated in an announcement.
“We reached one other new excessive this quarter by way of our income and achieved constructive adjusted EBITDA for the primary time. We anticipate the natural income progress pattern to proceed into the 12 months finish, and we’ll proceed managing price with an goal of minimizing money burn and rising our revenue margins within the coming months. We’re heading in the right direction to ship adjusted EBITDA break even or higher in fiscal 2024, establishing a powerful basis for sturdy long-term progress.”
Residence diagnostics firm Cue Health reported whole income of $17.5 million within the third quarter, however a web lack of $47 million and adjusted EBITDA lack of $36.6 million.
The corporate reported a lack of $7.4 million in product gross revenue and working bills in quarter three of $60 million.
Nonetheless, the corporate stated it ended the third quarter with $111.5 million in money and money equivalents and continues to function with no debt obligations.