2016 digital health funding

By Laura Lovett May 2, 2018
Editor's note: This story has been updated with comments from Cera. London-based homecare company Cera announced that it has raked in $17 million in Series A funding with investors including Guinness Asset Administration, Yabeo, and Kairos.  The web-based platform was set up to help elderly people find care and support in their community. Its services include elderly care, palliative care,...
By Heather Mack January 3, 2017
This year was a big one for digital health, with 2016 marking the beginning of the health sector’s “Moonshot Movement,” according to the year-end report from StartUp Health. “From Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot to speed up the progress in ending cancer as we know it, to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to cure all disease within 100 years, billions of dollars are being committed to...
By Heather Mack October 4, 2016
We’re three quarters of the way through 2016, two reports from Rock Health and StartUp Health give a closer look into how this year’s digital health funding landscape is looking. StartUp Health expects 2016 to be the biggest year yet for digital health funding yet, and counted $2.4 billion in deals for the third quarter. The company, which counts the year to date at $6.5 billion, also counted an...
By Heather Mack July 7, 2016
Investment in digital health for the first half of 2016 has reached $3.9 billion, breaking funding records and showing a robust market that is expected to continue growing, according to a midyear report by digital health network and accelerator StartUp Health. The report found the first half of 2016 to post the largest mid-year total on record for the industry, besting both last year's $2.9...