AirCare Announces Launch of Consumer Healthcare Services Marketplace

Book same day visits with local providers with free insurance claim submission for out-of-network visits

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- On February 1st, AirCare launched the first consumer healthcare services marketplace at http://getaircare.com

Like an AirBnB for local health services, AirCare aggregates the availability of local providers for services like primary care, mental health, chiropractic, acupuncture, physical therapy and more. Consumers get an easy end-to-end health services shopping experience with price transparency, self-booking, encrypted chat, and a simple checkout. Best of all, AirCare will submit a claim to your insurance plan regardless of whether the visit is in-network or out-of-network, allowing you to take advantage of your benefits.

"In healthcare, wait times are getting longer, out-of-pocket costs are going up and choice is going away," says Farb Nivi, CEO of AirCare. "We're launching AirCare to help make it easier to shop, book, and pay for same-day health services like primary care, chiropractic, mental health, physical therapy, health optimization and more. You can save money, get seen today, and we'll even submit a claim to your insurance for you. We're on a mission to help people live healthier lives."

However, AirCare doesn't end at the consumer -- it is also changing how providers run their healthcare practices. AirCare gives providers access to a marketplace of consumers and rids the need for a medical biller. Its user-friendly interface simplifies running a practice, ultimately saving time and money. For independent healthcare practices, AirCare is an all-in-one solution.

AirCare is funded by Benchmark, Lowercase and Marc Benioff's personal healthtech focused fund.

Media Contact: Farb Nivi, AirCare, 4158684459, press@air.care

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