$23B invested in digital health. What’s the impact?
After seven years, $23B has been invested in thousands of digital health companies. But what has been the real-world impact? Though headlines often focus on the dollars a company raises, that’s ultimately the wrong metric of success in healthcare. In an effort to shift the digital health dialogue toward real-world outcomes, we've debuted the Impact Project. The ongoing initiative features stories of people living far outside Silicon Valley and the companies changing the healthcare status quo that have made an impact on their lives. We've found that in healthcare, real-world impact and financial strength are inextricably linked. Join us in the conversation and check out the project.
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Rock Health In the News
- Helix, the genetic data "app store" company, raised $200M
- Portfolio company Collective Health raised $110M to provide employers with better tools to manage employee benefits
- Gene editing company Inscripta closed a $55M Series C
- Nomad Health got $12M to scale and improve its healthcare job portal
- Eko, the digital stethoscope and DUO EKG device maker, raised $5M
- A hospital logistics platform, Tagnos, received $5M
- Drug discovery startup Spring Discovery raised $4.25M