Fundraise for network access with Cathy Gao (Sapphire Ventures) + Dr. Michelle Longmire (Medable)

Fundraise for network access with cathy gao (sapphire ventures) + dr. Michelle longmire (medable)

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Dr. Michelle Longmire, physician/scientist-turned startup-founder, founded Medable with the goal of transforming patient connectivity in the healthcare system. Along the way in raising $479 million, Sapphire Ventures invested in several rounds, providing Longmire with new relationships and opportunities within Sapphire Ventures’ network. Join Cathy Gao, Partner at Sapphire Ventures, and Longmire on this edition of TechCrunch Live as the two of them speak to the power of leveraging more than just capital from an investor.

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