Home care startup Hometeam will shift from a direct to consumer model to one that works closely with insurers, according to technology news site Recode.
The company’s president left after spending only five months in the role, and CEO and co-founder Josh Bruno is preparing to leave, according to the report.
Hometeam was among several startups that aimed to disrupt the home care industry using a tech-savvy approach to matching caregivers with clients. Some of these home care startups have altered their business models or left home care entirely.
Last year, startup HomeHero announced it was ceasing operations and ultimately changed names and direction to focus on telehealth. Honor, another startup in the home care space, has started partnering with independent home care agencies.