The first venture fund dedicated to digital health

We want to make healthcare massively better for every human being.

The first venture fund dedicated to digital health

We want to make healthcare massively better for every human being.

The Genomics Inflection Point: Implications for Healthcare

Delivering on the promise of genomics depends on three main factors—many of which are within the purview of digital health. We wanted to add some more data to the conversation; we’re excited to announce results from our survey of one thousand consumers and our latest report, The Genomics Inflection Point: Implications for Healthcare..

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Honor

Home care built for our parents. And you.

Omada Health

A pioneer in digital therapeutics, helping people reduce their risk for chronic diseases.

Kit Check

Faster, safer, and friendlier medication tracking.

Collective Health

A platform for forward-thinking companies to self-fund their health benefits.

Augmedix

Empowering doctors to spend more time with patients and less time charting.

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San Francisco, CA Fall, 2017

Rock Health Summit

A two-day digital health conference in San Francisco that brings together diverse minds from medicine, technology, policy, venture, and beyond to tackle healthcare’s most challenging problems.

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Spring, 2017

Rock Health Women’s Summit

The Rock Health Women’s Summit is an annual invitation-only event for women and men built to promote gender diversity and support women leaders in digital health.

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Special Topics

90% of consumers want to be in control of their genetic data

The Genomics Inflection Point: Implications for Healthcare

The genomics industry has tremendous potential to move the needle in health. Delivering on the promise of genomics depends on three main factors—many of which are within the purview of digital health. Through our survey of one thousand consumers, we provide novel data and insights regarding adoption, willingness to pay for specific use cases, and explore concerns around privacy and ownership.

Funding

A record-breaking 151 digital health companies raised over $2M

Digital Health Funding 2016 Midyear Review

After years of record-breaking venture funding, digital health finally hit its stride in a year when everyone expected funding to decline. In the first half of 2016, slightly over $2B filled company coffers–on track with both 2014 and 2015.

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Uncover the biggest companies and trends in digital health. Download the raw data behind our widely-cited reports, including every funding deal since 2011.

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