Behavioral Health Business July 21, 2022
Chris Larson

The year 2021 was a banner year for digital mental health investment. That fact is highlighted by the cliff-jump drop in investment in 2022. 

A new report from CB Insights shows that total investment in digital mental health for the first six months of the year totals about $1.5 billion, 40% less than the first half of 2021.

The data-heavy report doesn’t delve into why digital mental health has seen this slump. However, the report tracks a continued global slowdown in digital health investment in 2022 so far compared to 2021. 

CB Insights tracked $7.1 billion in total digital health investment, a 57% reduction compared to a year ago and a 32% reduction compared to the first quarter of 2022.


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