Empower consumers to simplify their day-to-day healthcare needs.
Something is working in healthcare today–convenient care. This year, roughly 170 million people in the U.S. will receive quality, same-day convenient care on their schedule and on their terms. They’ll visit an urgent care clinic in their neighborhood, walk into a retail clinic at the drugstore or speak with a doctor on a video call from the comfort of their homes.
What’s incredible is that convenient, high-quality healthcare is shifting consumer expectations–today, 3 out of 4 consumers will not choose a doctor who can’t see them within one week. This demand for a better day-to-day healthcare experience now accounts for nearly 20% of ambulatory visits per year. And, it’s causing much of the healthcare industry to take note.
Yet still, lack of transparent, clear information and common consumer technologies makes it nearly impossible for you to feel like you can make a simple or fully informed healthcare decision. Calling around to multiple offices, waiting months for an appointment, spending hours in a waiting room, and struggling to understand your insurance is still very much the norm.
That's where Solv comes in. We partner with high-quality providers across the country who share our goal of making access to high-quality convenient care simple, friendly and transparent for consumers, the way it should be. We equip them with technology that improves the quality of your service and the performance of their practice. For consumers, we get them in front of a provider in just a few taps, by helping them know where they can go, when they’ll be seen, and how much it will cost. We are building a world where we can all access healthcare that is convenient and affordable.
We create ideas that bring convenient, high-quality healthcare to a diverse population.
We're building the largest and most-loved convenient care network to unlock same-day access to high-quality healthcare providers.
We eliminate friction before, during, and after the visit. Simplifying the process is how we strive to delight consumers.
We aim to give consumers greater clarity into their insurance coverage and expected costs. And we do it using words that we can all understand.
As Solv's CEO and co-founder, Heather brings more than a decade of executive management experience with leading consumer startups to the company.
After experiencing firsthand how dramatically the real estate industry could be changed by creating a transparent and simple consumer experience, she founded Solv to transform healthcare for consumers.
Prior to Solv, Heather served as senior vice president and general manager of business services at Trulia, Inc., where she led advertising product, market and sales strategy, which accounted for nearly $200M in annual revenue, through its acquisition by Zillow (NASDAQ: ZG) in 2015. She currently serves on the Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) board of directors and is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Daniele is Solv's CTO and co-founder, where he leads all product development and operations.
He founded Solv because he believes technology can make accessing healthcare more intuitive and human for everyone.
Prior to Solv, Daniele served as CTO at Trulia, Inc., where he led engineering, data science, operations, IT and quality, from under 20 employees through Trulia’s $2.5B acquisition by Zillow (NASDAQ: ZG) in 2015.
He has also served in executive roles for Shopping.com, the internet price comparison site, acquired by eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) in 2005, and Looksmart and held technical leadership positions in finance and enterprise software companies across Europe and the U.S. Daniele holds a Laurea degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna.
Bill Gurley has spent nearly 20 years as a General Partner at Benchmark, joining in 1999. Before entering the venture capital business, Bill spent four years on Wall Street as a top-ranked research analyst, including three years at CS First Boston.
Bill also maintains a blog on the evolution and economics of high technology businesses called Above the Crowd.
Over his venture career, he has worked with such companies as GrubHub (IPO: GRUB), Nextdoor, OpenTable (IPO: OPEN, Acquired by Priceline), Stitch Fix (IPO: SFIX), Uber, and Zillow.com (IPO: Z).