Haven was a not-for-profit, healthcare-focused entity created through a joint venture by American companies Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase. The entity's stated goals were to improve healthcare services and lower costs for the three companies' employees, while making primary care easier to access, making prescription drugs more affordable and rendering insurance benefits easier to understand. The company was headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, with offices in New York City.
Haven announced it would shut down in February, 2021. Analysts cited hazy goals, a CEO inexperienced in operating a business, and competition with Amazon itself as likely causes for the company's failure.