HIMSSCast: An unexpectedly strong six months for digital health funding

HIMSSCast caught up with part of the Rock Health team to look back at an eventful six months of investor activity and look ahead to the rest of 2020.
By MobiHealthNews
10:29 am

Megan Zweig and Sean Day, chief operating officer and consultant, respectively, at Rock Health, join host Jonah Comstock for a discussion of digital health funding, M&A, and IPOs in the first six months of 2020.

Per Rock Health's recent report on the subject, U.S. digital health companies pulled in $5.4 billion so far this year, in spite of (or, perhaps, because of) a global pandemic that has sparked a recession in the broader economy. Listen in for a dive into the details of those numbers – and some ideas about where the space may be headed next.

More related to this episode:

Rock Health reports record digital health funding of $5.4B set to the backdrop of a pandemic

2020 Midyear Digital Health Market Update: Unprecedented funding in an unprecedented time (Rock Health)

Digital health investments stay the course in Q2 2020

Digital health’s IPO window is back open (Rock Health)

Halfway in, 2020 looks like a banner year for digital health M&As, with 35 deals


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