MobiHealth News July 7, 2021
Mallory Hackett

Halfway through this year, digital health has received $14.7 billion in funding – already more than 2020’s full-year amount of $14.6 billion.

After last quarter’s record-breaking amount of funding, Rock Health called digital health “all grown up.” Yet if the first half of 2021’s investments indicate anything, it’s that the market is still very much accelerating.

Halfway through the year, digital health has received $14.7 billion in funding – already more than 2020’s full-year amount of $14.6 billion – across 372 U.S. investment rounds with a $39.6 million average deal size, according to Rock Health’s latest report. Of that, 59% came from 48 deals worth over $100 million, what Rock Health calls “mega deals.”

Not only are digital health investments skyrocketing, but...

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Topics: Digital Health, Investments, Survey / Study, Technology, Trends
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