Rock Weekly: Deconstructing the Fitbit IPO
May 11, 2015
Digital health IPOs are finally heating up. Off the heels of another filing last week, both Fitbit and Evolent Health sent off S-1s to the SEC—each for $100M. No time to read all 130K+ words? Enjoy the tl;dr version of Fitbit’s filing we wrote just for you.
What’s next for these soon-to-be-public companies? The activity tracking pioneer will be defending against the Apple Watch, while, perhaps, population health management company Evolent can stem the rising tide of ER visits the ACA has not prevented.
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