Company Profile

Carbon Health

Brings healthcare directly to patients via its omnichannel technology platform to provide a mix of in-person and remote care.

Company Information
All of Inc.'s Best in Business honorees started 2020 as private, U.S.-based, independent (non-subsidiary) companies and, in the opinion of Inc.'s editors, made a best-in-class impact (on society, the environment, their industries, their immediate communities, or even the lives of their workers) in 2020.
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Industry
Health Services
Best In Business: Industry Winner
Year Founded
2015
Location
San Francisco, California
Leadership
Eren Bali, Caesar Djavaherian MDSujal Mandavia MD
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Company Description

Carbon Health aims to make world-class health care affordable to all, especially those in areas with limited access to health care centers and services. As one of the first providers to identify signs of Covid-19, Carbon equipped its mobile, pop-up, and permanent clinics to conduct Covid-19 testing and administer treatment. It launched Covid Ready, a comprehensive workplace virus-mitigation program for corporations, startups, professional sports teams, entertainment production, schools, and more, as well as Covid Positive Care, an at-home care program for Covid patients to track their condition and manage symptoms. Having facilitated more than 400,000 Covid tests, Carbon spent this year tripling employee headcount and expanding its virtual healthcare offerings to 16 states. The company also built a database of testing centers that's now used by Apple Maps and Google Maps.

Capsule

Operates a full-service, mobile-first pharmacy.

Company Information
All of Inc.'s Best in Business honorees started 2020 as private, U.S.-based, independent (non-subsidiary) companies and, in the opinion of Inc.'s editors, made a best-in-class impact (on society, the environment, their industries, their immediate communities, or even the lives of their workers) in 2020.
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Industry
Health Services
Best In Business: Industry Winner
Year Founded
2016
Location
New York, New York
Leadership
Eric Kinariwala
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Company Description

From the onset of the pandemic, Capsule has partnered with local communities and governments to ensure that the elderly, immunocompromised, and other vulnerable populations are safe and healthy, and that they have uninterrupted access to critical medications. It also collaborated with Oscar Health and men’s wellness startup Hims to beef up its health care experience as it expanded into five new states. As health care systems digitized overnight, the company's seamless digital platform enabled more consumers to fill prescriptions that may have otherwise gone unused.

98point6

Creates telehealth tools that let primary care doctors make diagnoses and treat their patients remotely via text-based communication.

Company Information
All of Inc.'s Best in Business honorees started 2020 as private, U.S.-based, independent (non-subsidiary) companies and, in the opinion of Inc.'s editors, made a best-in-class impact (on society, the environment, their industries, their immediate communities, or even the lives of their workers) in 2020.
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Industry
Health Services
Best In Business: Industry Winner
Year Founded
2015
Location
Seattle, Washington
Leadership
Robbie Cape
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Company Description

This company's telehealth app was already offering text-based primary health care when demand surged because of the Covid-19 pandemic. 98point6 spent this year expanding rapidly, tripling the number of physicians participating in its network, and adding commercial partnerships with giants like Boeing, Chipotle, Circle K, and KinderCare to provide text-based primary care to millions of employees and dependents during a time of heightened need. Chief medical officer Brad Younggren is a doctor at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, Washington, the first U.S. hospital to identify a Covid-19 outbreak.

Other Inc. Honors
Inc. Best Workplaces
2020, 2019

Homebase

Helps more than 100,000 small businesses with tools for scheduling, hiring, onboarding, compliance, and communications.

Rushi Patel & John Waldmann
Company Information
All of Inc.'s Best in Business honorees started 2020 as private, U.S.-based, independent (non-subsidiary) companies and, in the opinion of Inc.'s editors, made a best-in-class impact (on society, the environment, their industries, their immediate communities, or even the lives of their workers) in 2020.
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Industry
Human Resources
Best In Business: Industry Winner
Year Founded
2014
Location
San Francisco, California
Leadership
John Waldmann, Rushi Patel
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Company Description

 As a widely-cited source for small-business data, Homebase helped Americans -- including policymakers, economists, and journalists -- grasp the impact of Covid-19 on business and the economy. It also built a financial resources site for both businesses and workers, partnered with lenders to facilitate Paycheck Protection Program loan applications, and offered a range of small-business resources, including support from certified HR professionals, symptom-screening tools, and a re-opening toolkit.

Catalyte

Uses predictive analytics to remove unconscious bias from the hiring process.

Company Information
All of Inc.'s Best in Business honorees started 2020 as private, U.S.-based, independent (non-subsidiary) companies and, in the opinion of Inc.'s editors, made a best-in-class impact (on society, the environment, their industries, their immediate communities, or even the lives of their workers) in 2020.
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Industry
Human Resources
Best In Business: Industry Winner
Year Founded
2000
Location
Baltimore, Maryland
Leadership
Jacob Hsu
Data as of Publication on Dec 11, 2020
Company Description

Founded by former White House economic adviser Mike Rosenbaum, Catalyte uses predictive analytics to remove bias from hiring and diversify tech teams. It finds promising talent from unconventional backgrounds using skills assessments rather than resumes. Then, it trains candidates for free and hires them to work with client companies. In May, Catalyte launched RetrainAmerica, a national exchange to connect newly unemployed workers with retraining opportunities. The program builds on Catalyte’s existing reskilling platform for companies retraining workers and bringing on high-aptitude talent from other industries.