Oscar, a billion-dollar New York startup that wants to shake up healthcare, is reportedly raising even more money at a $3 billion valuation

Oscar, a health-insurance startup, is reportedly raising new funding that could value the company at $3 billion, Fortune's Dan Primack, Erin Griffith, and Leena Rao report. The new funding is said to be led by Fidelity, and $150 million has been committed so far. In September, Oscar raised $32.5 million from Google Capital at a $1.75 billion valuation.