IPO

By Laura Lovett 04:10 pm July 29, 2019
After much speculation and anticipation, chronic care management startup Livongo officially went public on Thursday. The company closed its first day 36% above its initial pricing of $28 and is currently trading for over $41 per share on NASDAQ. The company's includes more than 12 million shares of common stock. “It’s a signal to the market ... that [the industry] is ready for a consumer-first...
By Dave Muoio 03:58 pm July 25, 2019
IPO fever is hitting a bit of a frenzy amidst a slew of recent listings, and with it has come a renewed focus on the exact boundaries of digital health — or, alternately, of health-tech, connected health, eHealth, or any of the other myriad monikers for the intersections of healthcare, technology and innovation. As observers from various mainstream and niche industries have flocked to discuss ...

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By Dave Muoio 04:02 pm July 18, 2019
It's been an exceptional Thursday for Chaim Indig, CEO and cofounder of 14-year-old digital health stalwart Phreesia. Since ringing the New York Stock Exchange’s opening bell at 9:30 a.m. sharp, he’s watched his company’s shares fly back and forth in the general range of $24 to $27 per share — about 40% to 50% above the initial $18 asking price.  “All of us were up there [on stage with the bell...
By Dave Muoio 12:05 pm June 28, 2019
Months after the first rumors began to swirl, chronic disease management startup Livongo Health has officially filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq Global Select Market. The company has not yet determined a price range or the number of shares going on offer. Morgan Stanley & Co., Goldman Sachs & Co. and JP Morgan Securities will serve as the lead book runners. Sources close to Livongo told...
By Jonah Comstock 02:17 pm June 24, 2019
Evidence is mounting that 2019 is going to be the year of the digital health IPO, and the latest to run up that flag is Phreesia, a digitial health company that has been quietly innovating in the patient check-in space for more than a decade. New York City-based Phreesia announced today the filing of its S-1 form with the SEC, though the number of shares being offered and their initial value are...
By Jonah Comstock 02:12 pm June 5, 2019
Peloton, the connected fitness company offering home exercise bikes and treadmills with built-in virtual classes, has announced its intention to IPO by filing a confidential draft statement of its S-1 to the SEC. The company is not disclosing the number of shares they plan to offer or their price range. For those that count Peloton as a digital health company, it constitutes one of the most...
By Jonah Comstock 02:51 pm March 7, 2019
It's been a while since the digital health space has seen an IPO. But that's about to change, according to The Wall Street Journal, which reports that chronic disease management startup Livongo Health is planning to go public this year.  According to the Journal, the company has hired Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase as underwriters, and is looking towards a valuation over $1...
By Dave Muoio 05:18 pm October 5, 2017
Digital physical therapy, telehealth, and patient engagement platform Physitrack will seek public listing on alternative stock exchange Nasdaq First North during the first quarter of 2018, cofounder and CEO Henrik Molin told MobiHealthNews this week. The company has not yet set the terms of this IPO, but said in a statement that it plans to use the offering to fund further expansion into new...
By Jonah Comstock 01:46 pm February 2, 2017
Ontario-based PointClickCare, which makes a cloud-based EHR platform and other software solutions to advance senior care -- and recently launched a provider-facing app -- has raised $85 million in new funding. Dragoneer Investment Group led the round with participation from existing investor JMI Equity. “The macro demographics of the aging population, combined with a market-wide shift in payment...
By Jonah Comstock 05:34 pm September 26, 2016
iRhythm, maker of the wearable-and-wireless-but-not-connected Zio heart rate monitoring system, has filed with the SEC to raise up to $86 million in an initial public offering.  The Zio patch, iRhythm's sole product as of now, is a small wearable sensor, used for multi-day monitoring of arrhythmias in cardiac patients (up to a fortnight). Unlike many participants in that space, however, the...