Rock Weekly: The top digital health deals of Q1
Digital health is increasingly whetting venture appetites — with a record breaking $700M pouring into the space in the last quarter alone. Dive into our just-released Q1 funding review to get the details.
Elsewhere in the industry, the FDA announced it won’t expand it’s regulatory scope of mobile health, 1/3 of wearable users are ditching their devices after six months, and AI achieved 41.9% better diagnostic accuracy than trained physicians.
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|bswift||$51M||Great Hill Partners||Chicago Business|
|Wellfount||$15M||Deerfield Management Co.||Yahoo Finance|
|Personal Genome Diagnostics||$2.8M||Undisclosed||Reuters|
|Relatient||Undisclosed||Jim Sohr, Joe Storey||FinSMEs|
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