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Harvey
Introduction | Harvey
Dr. Amanda Frick, ND, explains the origins of Harvey Health, a holistic and integrative medicine company in Los Angeles.
Flowtab
Pitch Competition | Flowtab
Flowtab is pitched to a panel of judges at an SV Newtech Startup Pitch competition in L.A. on August 7, 2012.
Flowtab
Introduction | Flowtab
Flowtab is a mobile app for ordering and paying for food and drinks in busy nightclubs and bars.
HomeHero
Our Heroes | HomeHero
Harvey is the leading telehealth provider of personalized and integrative medicine. We empower people to find natural and holistic remedies to chronic health conditions.
HomeHero
Our Heroes | HomeHero
These are our heroes. HomeHero TV commercial aired in 2015.
HomeHero
Welcome to HomeHero | HomeHero
HomeHero is a fast, safe and easy way to find home caregivers for your aging loved ones.
Collaborative
Collaborative | HomeHero
HomeHero introduces the HomeHero Collaborative, to extend the health system into the home.
Around the Coin
Around the Coin | Mike Townsend
Mike interviews Mike Jones, CEO of Science, on Around the Coin podcast on September 2, 2017.
TechZulu
TechZulu | Mike Townsend
Mike is interviewed about Zing Checkout by TechZulu reporter Kyle Ellicott at SXSW in Austin, TX on January 14, 2013.
33 Voices
33 Voices | Mike Townsend
Mike and Kyle joins 33 Voices to discuss the rise and fall of mobile drink ordering startup Flowtab on October 21, 2014.
33 Voices
33 Voices | Mike Townsend
Mike joins 33 Voices to discuss HomeHero's growth and culture on January 30, 2015.
Gritty Founder
How Mike Townsend Raised $23 Million with HomeHero and is Now Bootstrapping a Crypto Exchange Called Redeeem
Mike Townsend talks about his journey as an entrepreneur and how he built HomeHero and Redeeem.
Healthcare IT News
Cedars-Sinai deploys HomeHero's Apple CareKit app for care transitions
Cedars-Sinai's new Safe Transition Home initiative aims to reduce hospital readmissions and improve outcomes by smoothly transitioning people from the inpatient setting to their homes.
mHealth
Digital Health Workshop Leads to Partnerships for Cedars-Sinai
Three mHealth companies enrolled in the LA-based health system's recent accelerator are now launching new programs targeting post-acute care, VR therapy and online registration.
iMethods
Apple CareKit Changing the Healthcare Game
Cedars-Sinai’s heralded HomeHero app is just one example of how CareKit is playing a role in bringing much-needed change to the health market.
Mashable
In hospitals, Apple's app platform becoming a force
HomeHero, a company that provides non-medical home care, is now using a new app created through Apple's CareKit platform in partnership with Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Business Wire
Cedars-Sinai and HomeHero Partner to Launch the Safe Transition Home Program
Cedars-Sinai is launching Safe Transition Home, a program designed to smoothly transition patients from the hospital to their home with the goal of reducing inpatient readmissions, raising patient satisfaction and improving health outcomes — challenges facing hospitals nationwide.
Built in LA
HomeHero grabs $20M, makes key hires to expand platform
HomeHero announced a $20 million Series A round this morning led by Graham Holdings with participation from Social+Capital Partnership, Tencent Holdings Limited and The Launch Fund, Inc., bringing their total to $23 million since their seed round last year.
Home Health Care News
Disruptive Home Care Startup Raises $20 Million to Expand
HomeHero, a California-based startup disrupting the way in-home caregivers and clients connect with each other, has secured $20 million in Series A funding and is expanding into new markets.
The Next Web
6 Los Angeles Startups You Need To Know About
Forget about the red carpet and this year’s Oscar predictions. Here are six LA start-ups you need to know about.
TechCrunch
Science-Backed HomeHero Launches To Help Families Find, Hire, And Manage In-Home Care For Seniors
Backed by L.A.-based incubator and studio, Science, Inc., HomeHero is launching today on a mission to build a layer of trust in the senior care market and help families reduce the headache inherent to finding, hiring and managing in-home care for seniors.
The Next Web
Science-backed HomeHero launches as a dashboard and marketplace for finding and managing caregivers
HomeHero, the latest startup to come from Science Inc., has launched its online marketplace and dashboard for hiring caregivers and then managing their work.
ZD Net
ZingCheckout targets small retailers with starter POS system
Tablet computers and cloud-delivered point-of-sale (POS) applications like Zing are rewriting the rules for retail technology solutions – especially for small businesses and startups.
TechCrunch
BigCommerce Acquires Checkout And Inventory Software Startup Zing
E-commerce platform BigCommerce announced today that it has made its first acquisition, a point-of-sale and inventory management software startup called Zing.
Mixergy
How HomeHero brought tech to a $30B offline industry
Mike Townsend is the founder of HomeHero, a fast and affordable way to find quality in-home care for seniors. His first company was Flowtab, offering mobile drink ordering services to nightclubs and bars.
Medium
There’s No Magic in Venture-Backed Home Care
HomeHero hangs up its cape, pivoting new direction.
USA Today
Millennials extend a helping hand to aging Boomers
Mike Townsend and Kyle Hill co-founded the Santa Monica, Calif.-based HomeHero after watching the travails endured by Hill's father as he sought quality care for Hill's grandmother.
Business Insider
Baby boomers are getting older and this startup wants to disrupt the industry that takes care of them
HomeHero is a non-medical senior home care marketplace that cuts down the frustrating work of sifting through thousands of profiles to match a family to a trustworthy caregiver.
LA Business Journal
Twenty In Their 20s: Michael Townsend and Kyle Hill
Duo Michael Townsend and Kyle Hill ditches the nightlife scene to raise the bar for home care.
CNET
Startups for seniors raise cash to give grandpa options
The famously youth-focused tech industry has written big checks recently to companies built around the problems of aging.
Fortune
Senior care startup HomeHero raises $20M Series A round
HomeHero has provided 1 million hours of care to seniors around Los Angeles has signed-up and interviewed more than 1,600 caregivers.
Mike Townsend
National Investment Center (NIC)
Mike presents to NIC on the caregiver economy in Annapolis, MD on December 5, 2015.
TechCrunch
HomeHero Locks Down $23M For Its Home Care Marketplace
HomeHero, a Santa Monica-based startup that works to connect home care workers with the families that need them, announced today that it has raised $23 million.
Techcrunch
The Decline And Fall Of Flowtab, A Startup Story
The inside story of the rise and fall of Flowtab, a mobile ordering application for bars and nightclubs.
Built in LA
Which LA entrepreneurs made Forbes 30 under 30?
Forbes released their annual 30 under 30 list this week, recognizing those who have made huge contributions in very little time in 20 different industries.

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