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In a recent report on whether digital health is in a bubble, Rock Health concluded that the industry, while likely to see growth slow down in the months ahead, is unlikely to see investors flee as they did during the dot-com spiral of the early 2000s. “We are probably at the peak of the investment cycle,” said Megan Zweig, Rock Health’s director of research. Right now, companies seem to be taking advantage of the capital-rich market. They are raising more dollars than ever before at a faster rate than ever before. We think it would be smart to plan for a world in which there isn’t as much capital available."
"The average American would rather share their health data with pharmaceutical companies, health insurers, and the government than with tech companies like Amazon and Facebook. That's according to the latest results of a new survey of 4,000 diverse participants from Rock Health, which conducts research and invests in health tech companies. The survey, conducted in the fall of 2018, asked people who they'd be willing to share health data with."
"Choosing the right addiction-treatment startup to fund is hard work. Although thousands of apps currently claim to treat everything from alcoholism to opioid addiction, very few are truly equipped to make a dent in the problem. In a recent report, the researchers at Rock Health outline what makes a startup in the addiction space worth backing. They also lay out several red flags they aim to avoid."
"Rock Health, a venture fund and research firm dedicated to digital health, has just released its annual survey filled with insights about how consumers are using these new technologies. Previous Rock Health reports have overturned some widely-held assumptions about the digital health ecosystem, such as the notion that only millennials are active users or confirmed others, including the lack of venture-backed female CEOs in digital health."
"Through startup funding, research and events, the Rock Health team has become one of the premier resources for digital health companies...Perhaps the most significant way that Rock Health has evolved is transitioning from a five-month accelerator program to an early-stage venture fund directly investing for equity."