MedCity News July 18, 2022
Katie Adams

Digital health startups raised $10.3 billion across 329 deals during the first half of 2022. This putts the sector on track to rake in $21 billion this year, about $8 billion less than the total amount it raised in 2021. The market boom has ended, but the digital health investment space has not come crashing down by any means, according to a recent report.

Last year was a record year for venture capital investment in digital health startups — the sector raised $29.1 billion across 729 deals, with an average deal size of $39.9 million. This market boom has ended, but the digital health investment space has not come crashing down by any means, according to a recent report from...

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