Sena Health Just Closed a Seed Round, But a Change in Home Healthcare Law is Prompting More Fundraising

At the end of last year, 2020-founded home healthcare company Sena Health completed a seed round to assist with its growing needs for its tech platform and team. But founder Anthony Wehbe says the company is already set to start fundraising again.

Though Wehbe didn’t disclose the number behind the seed round, he said lead investor Regal Healthcare Capital Partners was the right fit because of the firm’s experience with home care companies, and “physician mindset.” The startup closed its seed round on Halloween of 2022, but has garnered more interest since some press coverage — and the passing of the the $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill, which includes extending the Acute Hospital Care at Home program.