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For $15 a month plus insurance, your doctor's office could look like the inside of a trendy restaurant in New York City or an office at Bloomberg's headquarters.

Welcome to the well-decorated world of women's health care, as envisioned by Carolyn Witte, a CEO in the booming femtech market buoyed by new VC money. That funding has only picked up since the pandemic began.

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Downtown Los Angeles-based Moving Analytics, which uses telehealth tools to lower the barriers to entry for the 6 million Americans suffering from heart disease, announced it has raised $6 million in seed funding Monday.

The eight-year-old company has nabbed customers like Highmark Health, Kaiser Permanente and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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By all accounts, Santa Monica-based GoodRx delivered a strong first quarter as a public company. Year-over-year revenue beat analyst expectations, soaring 38%. Monthly active users increased a robust 29%. As the pandemic continued to rage across the United States, a record 4.9 million consumers used GoodRx to fill prescriptions.

"I think across the board I was really happy," said co-founder and CEO Doug Hirsch.

But Wall Street was not as pleased, with the stock closing down more than 6%. After mostly zigzagging since their September debut, shares now trade near where they did the first day of trading.

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