Healthtech unicorn Innovaccer lays off 245 workers, 2nd job cut in 5 months
Innovaccer cofounder and CEO
"Innovaccer has always believed in empowering its customers to accelerate their transformations, leading to higher quality care for patients and populations, improved patient experiences, and better financial and operational performance,"
The startup said it will provide severance packages to affected employees, as well as transitional health insurance benefits and job placement assistance.
This is the second layoff at the company in around 4-5 months' time amid the deepening funding winter and recession fears.
In September last year, Innovaccer laid off nearly 120 employees, or less than 8 per cent of its workforce, owing to "tough economic conditions", and most of the layoffs occurred within its tech teams.
Innovaccer had said that its business fundamentals are still strong.
However, "given the current economic conditions, we implemented a small workforce reduction to optimise our cost structure", said the company.
The startup raised $150 mn in its
In December 2021, Innovaccer raised $150 million, driven by rapid customer adoption of the
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