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Lyra Health CEO David Ebersman will join the panel “Changing the Way Care is Delivered – How COVID has Accelerated the Digital Evolution of Healthcare” at the 39th J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
Lyra is pioneering tech-enabled comprehensive mental health care, addressing accelerating demand for mental health support with an innovative, clinically proven approach that delivers the full spectrum of care needs to more than 2 million members.
Lyra is trusted by leading companies including Starbucks, eBay, Amgen, NetApp, Zoom Video Communications and ServiceNow. It has raised more than $275 million to date and completed Series C and D funding rounds in 2020.
Monday, January 11, 2021 | 2:20 p.m. PST/11:20 a.m. EST
The J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, which will be held virtually January 11-14, 2021. This annual conference is one of the largest and most informative healthcare investment symposiums, bringing together thousands of industry leaders, emerging fast-growth companies, innovative technology creators and members of the investment community.
ABOUT LYRA HEALTH:
Lyra Health, a leading provider of innovative mental health benefits for more than 2 million U.S. employees and dependents, is transforming mental health care by creating a frictionless experience for members, providers, and employers. Using matching technology and an innovative digital platform, Lyra quickly connects companies and their employees — plus spouses and children — to world-class therapists, mental health coaches, and personalized medication prescribing. Leading self-insured employers partner with Lyra to tailor value-driven mental health benefits programs specific to their workforce. With Lyra, benefits leaders can offer employees fast, reliable access to providers who practice evidence-based mental health care treatments. For more information, visit lyrahealth.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
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