Minneapolis-based health insurance company raises another $500M, bringing total to $1.5B

Minneapolis-based Bright Health has raised $500 million in another round of venture capital fundraising that will help expand its geographic reach and add additional services, it said on Tuesday.

The consumer-focused health care and technology company picked up new investors in the latest round and has now raised more than $1.5 billion from venture capital firms since 2016.

The insurer had 60,000 customers at the end of September 2019. It said in January that it would grow to at least 200,000 members this year.

New York-based investment firms Tiger Global Management, Blackstone and Baltimore, Md-based T. Rowe Price are new participants in Bright Health’s latest fundraising. Prior investors NEA, Bessemer Venture Partners and Greenspring Associates also participated in the latest round.

“NEA has backed Bright Health from the very beginning, and we are privileged to continue helping the team transform how health care is delivered and paid for in this

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