For the millions of people in the US without health insurance, visiting the doctor for a routine checkup or when feeling under the weather can be a catastrophic expense. Mira allows people without insurance to receive preventative and urgent care at an affordable and accessible price point. The platform operates on a membership model with monthly dues ranging from $25 – $45. Members have access to a network of partner clinics that they can visit with an additional $99 fixed copay that includes the office visit, lab tests, and additional procedures at no extra charge. Mira’s offers 125 clinics, 1600 labs, and 60,000 pharmacies in its provider network. AlleyWatch caught up with CEO and Founder Khang T. Vuong to discuss how his personal experience with the American healthcare system as an immigrant inspired him to launch Mira, the company’s geographic expansion plans to new markets, and the recent round of funding
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