January 31, 2020
Tech-enabled primary care business 1Life Healthcare — better known by its brand name, One Medical — hit the public market Friday after announcing the sale of 17.5 million shares at $14 each. This pricing alongside the roughly 122 million outstanding shares disclosed in the company’s S-1 would put One Medical’s valuation at just over $1.7 billion.
And although it’s only been on the market for a...
January 8, 2020
2019 closed out the decade with $7.4 billion in digital health deals and a spike of six health tech IPOs, according to Rock Health’s latest funding report.
Over the last decade the amount of yearly funding in digital health deals has generally been on the rise; however, 2019 saw a slight decrease in funding from 2018 ($8.2 billion). This wasn't surprising to Rock Health, which predicted this...
January 6, 2020
After months of rumors, the tech-enabled primary care provider One Medical has filed for an IPO. The company has tapped JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley to act as the lead bookrunning managers for the proposed offering.
While the stock price is not yet set, the company's SEC filing revealed that it is looking to raise around $100 million in the offering. The company plans to list itself on the...
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October 15, 2019
A decade ago digital health was a relatively new term, largely without name recognition. Today, the venture dollars tell a new story, with $8.1 billion poured into the space in 2018 alone, according to a Rock Health report. Still, most healthcare stakeholders agree digital health is still in its early days and is grappling with questions about its place in the health ecosystem.
Founded in 2010,...
September 26, 2019
Connected fitness company Peloton priced its IPO last night, raising $1.16 billion with shares priced at $29 a piece. That price didn't hold for too long, with the company closing its day out at $25.76.
According to Bloomberg, this makes Peloton the third-worst US trading debut in 10 years for companies that have raised at least $1 billion prior to their IPO.
The dip may partly be tied to Peloton...
Glen Tullman (second from right) at work with the Livongo team. Photo courtesy Livongo.
September 11, 2019
Livongo isn’t the first company in the digital health space to IPO — at least, depending on how you define “digital health” it isn’t. But even if your definition is broad, Livongo stands out as one of the first companies to go public that’s really focusing on delivering healthcare, not just wellness, using consumer digital technologies.
“People expect us to represent this whole new industry that...
August 29, 2019
Connected fitness company Peloton released its IPO prospectus Tuesday, revealing grim financials, even by today's startup IPO standards: the company lost nearly $200 million in FY 2019, four times what it lost the previous year. The document also contains plenty of reminders of the company's ongoing legal struggles relating to its music licensing and alleged patent infringement.
Yet, according to...
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...
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 ...
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...