MobiHealth News November 19, 2020
Investors expect to see more innovation, collaboration and adoption going into the new year and beyond.
This year has been like no other for many reasons, one of which was the unprecedented acceleration of digital health. The year 2020 has been marked with record-breaking fundings, mega-mergers and a wave of companies going public.
In fact, the third quarter of this year brought in more than $6.6 billion in health innovation funding, making the total funding for the year to date around $16 billion – a figure that is larger than any previous full year on record, according to StartUp Health.
“This has been a really significant year for digital health in general,” Katya Hancock, the investor network director at StartUp...