Google’s venture arm leads $40 million round of funding for behavioral health startup Quartet

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GV – formerly Google Ventures – led the funding with participation from existing investors Oak HC/FT Partners, F-Prime Capital Partners, and Polaris Partners.

Krishna Yeshwant, general partner at GV, will join Quartet’s board of directors.

Quartet will use the capital to scale its platform to more major markets across the country and to expand its team of technologists, data scientists and clinicians, said CEO and founder Arun Gupta.

He said the company plans to hire 100 people over the next year to add to its 60-member team.

“This issue resonates with people,” Gupta said. “Everyone’s been touched by it. People really want to work on this problem. You can’t think about health without thinking about mental health. There’s a role that behavioral health plays in the overall health of our nation and our community. It’s just so entangled.”

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