Healthline Media, Inc. is a privately owned provider of health information headquartered in San Francisco, CA. Founded in 2006 and established as a standalone entity in January 2016, Healthline Media's digital properties help people better understand and live with medical conditions.
By 2013, the digital health information provider had over $21 million in revenue and 105 employees, according to information retrieved from InsideView.
In January 2016, Healthline raised $95 million in growth equity financing through Summit Partners. Under the terms of the agreement, Healthline’s media business was established as a standalone entity with David Kopp, former general manager, as CEO.
Healthline Media, Inc. acquired sister websites MedicalNewsToday.com and MediLexicon.com in May 2016.  Both resources are free to use, allowing people to look up news and information on conditions, treatments, and medications, as well as meanings for acronyms and abbreviations from the fields of medicine, pharmacology, biotechnology, agrochemicals, and healthcare.
MedicalNewsToday.com is a medical news site, joined Healthline.com, Drugs.com, and Livestrong.com as Healthline’s family of health properties. MediLexicon.com is an online database of medical abbreviations with over 200,000 definitions.
The company’s product portfolio consists of health search and navigation products (BodyMaps, HealthLinks, HealthAnswers), including clinical applications of these products (Symptom Search, Treatment Search, Doctor Search, Drug Search). The product suite also includes display, banner and rich media advertising services, and medical reference content.
Healthline.com is the Healthline Media’s website, Healthline.com, is a destination site for health and wellness information, and a competitor to WebMD. In 2009, Kim Komando, a technology columnist with USA Today, listed Healthline.com as a top health information website.
In addition to Healthline.com, the company also provides health-related content, tools and services to more than 40 other sites. In 2010, Healthline Media signed an agreement to provide medical and health-related content and tools to Yahoo Health Other partners include AARP.com and DoctorOz.com. Healthline Networks software also powers Aetna’s patient portal.