Hacker Noon August 4, 2022
Pavel Tantsiura

The year 2021 was a banner year for digital health with around $57 billion invested into the sector. Telemedicine and mental health were among the verticals that received the most investment dollars. It was also the year when value-based healthcare became evidently complemented by technology, a tendency being accelerated by the pandemic.

The growing momentum of health tech, in turn, makes VCs bullish on the long-term potential of health tech, especially in telemedicine, biopharma, and medical devices. But will the momentum stay the same for health tech in 2022? Let’s find out.
 
The state of digital health in 2022

According to CBInsights, the global digital health funding has dropped in...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Digital Health, Health IT, Metaverse/XR (Extended Reality), Technology
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