In digital health, the deals are bigger than ever
More money than ever was invested in digital health in a year that held many surprises. Not only has the size and number of deals hit a peak, but so has the number of repeat digital health investors. However, exits waned with only 119 acquisitions and a frozen IPO market. 2017 was the end of the beginning in digital health, and 2018 starts a new era with new challenges. Read our analysis in our year end funding report.
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- Diagnostic technology company SomaLogic closed $200M to expand its gene-examining system
- Prescription digital therapeutic company Pear Therapeutics raised a $50M Series B
- Quartet raised a $40M Series C to help providers collaborate on patient care
- Aledade closed $23M for helping doctors create accountable care organizations
- Alphabet spinoff Cityblock Health received $20.8M to help Medicaid patients get personalized and preventive care
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