MedCity News November 22, 2021
Justin Norden

Admittedly, Medicaid is not the market most entrepreneurs think about when starting a company for the first time, which is why it is even more critical for VCs to support these initiatives.

Venture capital dollars are pouring into digital health companies. Every week, the news cycle is filled with new funding rounds for a diverse portfolio of new healthcare services and technologies. The pandemic has accelerated innovation, from telemedicine to remote patient monitoring to behavioral health.

The funding community and entrepreneurs are excited about what the future holds for digital health—with good reason.

Rock Health reports that digital health companies raised a collective $21.3 billion in venture capital from investors through Q3 of 2021. That is more than double the...

Today's Sponsors

Qure4u
HLTH
ZeOmega

Today's Sponsors

Premier
TripleTree

Today's Sponsor

Transcarent

 
Topics: Digital Health, Insurance, Investments, Medicaid, Technology, Trends
Can Healthcare Disruptions Be Beneficial For Patients?
PCORI Invests $23.5M in Innovative mHealth, Telehealth Studies
Boehringer-backed digital health academy set for launch in UK
Medicare telehealth visits increased 63-fold during pandemic, study finds
Are You Using the Right Data to Power Your Digital Transformation?