Cortica, an autism care provider, has clinched $75 million in a series D round and has acquired autism care provider Springtide Child Development in New England and Melmed Center, a developmental pediatrics clinical and research group in Arizona.
Cortica co-founder and chief medical officer, Dr. Suzanne Goh, ranked as one of Inc. Magazines' top Female Founders 200 list for designing the clinical programming for the first whole-child autism care model, which improves patient access, health equity, and clinical outcomes.
Cortica, INC. – the San Diego-based, nationwide provider of a pioneering approach to treating autism – is celebrating this year’s Autism Awareness Month by preparing for a year of growth.
Cortica and Point32Health Insurance of Massachusetts have teamed up to deliver a transformational whole-child value-based care model for autism to families in Massachusetts.
Our CEO and Co-Founder Neil Hattangadi speaks on the optimistic future of ABA care for children with neurodevelopmental differences.
Cortica received a strategic investment by the Autism Impact Fund (AIF) which will further enable Cortica to bring its “whole-child” medical and behavioral care model to more families across the country. AIF’s mission is to revolutionize the status quo for diagnosing, treating, and living with autism through a for-profit venture capital model, and Cortica is the tenth company in which AIF has invested.