Rock Weekly: Healthcare is the future of everything important
December 22, 2014
In just three short years, healthcare has gone from being Google’s least favorite area to representing more than one-third of its 2014 investments, totaling more than $150M this year. With ambition ranging from genomics to regeneration to anti-aging, it might be time to consider that the tech giant best known for its omnipotent search box will be fueling the next era of medical innovation.
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|American Well||$81M||Undisclosed||Boston Business Journal|
|First Opinion||$6M||Polaris Ventures, True Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Scrum Ventures, Monashees Capital||TechCrunch|
|Solo Health||$4.4M||WellPoint, Novartis, Dell, Coinstar||MedCity News|
|iFit||$3M||Cherubic Ventures, Yuan-jin Capital, Sino Strategy Group, Angels||TechCrunch|
|Lift||$1.1M||Spark Capital, Obvious Ventures||MobiHealthNews|
|Rise||$1M||Cowboy Ventures, Floodgate||MobiHealthNews|
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