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Founded in 2020, Tomorrow Health is a home-based healthcare startup that aims to simplify the process of getting home healthcare supplies. The company has created a data-driven marketplace that connects patients and their families with high-quality home-based care, streamlines ordering and insurance processes, and provides personalized support at every stage.

“We believe the home should be a patient’s primary point of care, and we are focused on providing patients with the right products, guidance, and support to make that a reality,” co-founder and CEO Vijay Kedar said in a statement. “One size does not fit all in healthcare or medical equipment. From walkers and rollators after a fall to oxygen concentrators and respiratory supplies for COPD and ongoing recovery from COVID-19, it is essential that patients receive equipment tailored to their conditions with speed and reliability.”

Whilst working at Oscar Health, Kedar became aware of the difficulties of transferring patients from the hospital to their homes. He also witnessed it firsthand when his mother, a stage 3 cancer patient, was hospitalized for four months with acute respiratory distress syndrome. She needed a year of rigorous at-home care after she was discharged, but it was so difficult to obtain the equipment she required that she was readmitted to the hospital twice in the first month.

“We had to coordinate a dozen equipment and supply vendors, all these siloed retailers that had one or two things she needed. There was very little guidance or support on what she needed or how to manage it or navigating her insurance benefits,” Kedar said.

Tomorrow Health simplifies this time-consuming and cumbersome procedure by working with a network of suppliers to guarantee that equipment is delivered to people’s homes as quickly as possible, while also assisting patients in navigating insurance and benefits.

According to the company, it has collaborations with more than 125 health plans and hospital systems in 29 states, including a new arrangement with Geisinger Health Plan in Pennsylvania to organize the delivery of home medical equipment and supplies to the plan’s more than 500,000 customers.

“This past year has seen a tremendous increase in the need for home-based healthcare,” Kedar said. “The challenge that has persisted is the fragmentation… Our overarching vision is that a patient like my mother could be discharged from the hospital, and turn to one trusted partner like Tomorrow Health for the full breadth of home-based care needs.”

At the end of June, Tomorrow Health said it had raised a $60 million Series B funding round led by Bond, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, Obvious Ventures, BoxGroup, and Sound Ventures.

According to Kedar, Tomorrow Health expects to use this new financing to grow its team and invest in areas such as technology and business development.

“Tomorrow Health is setting a new, patient-first standard for how we improve the process,” Yoo said in a statement. “The platform’s critical technology infrastructure offers increased visibility and value in payors, provides tools for operational efficiency for durable medical equipment suppliers, and saves providers and their staff time spent on coordination so they can focus on patient care.” – Andreessen Horowitz partner Julie Yoo

Here’s a look at the pitch deck that was used to raise $60M in a Series B round led by Bond:

What were the slides in the Tomorrow Health pitch deck?

Browse the exact example slides from the pitch deck that Tomorrow Health used to raise $60M.

  1. Team Slide
  2. Problem Slide
  3. Opportunity Slide

1. Team Slide

In one of their recent research studies, Maddyness asked founders why they thought investors funded their businesses. The third most prevalent answer, after financial rewards and conviction in the product, was that investors believed in the team.

Michael Dell, Chairman, and CEO of Dell famously said, “Ideas are commodity. Execution of them is not.” Similarly, a lot of prominent and legendary venture capitalists such as Y Combinator founder Paul Graham and Silicon Valley’s “super angel” Ron Conway believe the team is the most important part of a start, even more than the market.

With a startup’s team being so vital to its success, it’s no wonder that investors prefer a team with considerable expertise in relevant fields. Tomorrow Health’s pitch deck highlights how its team ticks all the boxes with a powerful blend of “healthcare innovators” and “operations leaders”. The slide includes headshots, titles, experience, and logos of past companies – all the essentials you need to create a comprehensive team slide. 

Tomorrow Health Pitch Deck - Team slide: best pitch deck examples - $60 million for home-healthcare tech | VIP Graphics

2. Problem Slide

When designing a pitch deck, getting the problem slide right is critical since it explains why the startup exists. A well-crafted problem slide will typically have two key attributes: a) it will convey the problem in an understandable manner for the investors, and b) it will let the investors realize how enormous the issue is for anyone who may buy/use the product.

Tomorrow Health’s problem slide addresses both subjects by declaring that the home care “process is fragmented.” To highlight the severity of the issue, the slide goes on to explain that there are 32,000+ individual providers with no quality standards.

The Tomorrow Health pitch deck also does a great job of explaining the issue from the perspective of insurers, medical professionals, DME suppliers, and patients. The slide is well structured, with thoughtful graphics that make it considerably easier for investors to grasp the whole picture.

Tomorrow Health Pitch Deck - Problem slide: best pitch deck examples - $60 million for home-healthcare tech | VIP Graphics

3. Opportunity Slide

Investors take big risks when they invest in unproven startups; they want to be sure that the startups have some kind of advantage to enter the market with a defensible position. This advantage can be technological, or a shift in consumer behavior. You can have a big problem that is real for many people, and you can have an amazing team to solve it (it will help you make a strong argument) but you must also explain what has shifted to create the opportunity (“Why Now”). 

According to the Tomorrow Health pitch deck’s opportunity slide, the healthcare shift is happening because the “care is shifting home at a dramatic rate”. The slide makes a compelling case for this by citing the simple yet profound fact that “91% of health plans are seeking to move care to home,” along with some market size numbers pertaining to home health care.

Tomorrow Health Pitch Deck - Opportunity slide: best pitch deck examples - $60 million for home-healthcare tech | VIP Graphics

How-to create your own pitch deck like Tomorrow Health

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