mHealth Companies Raised Nearly $2 Billion in First Nine Months of 2020

mHealth Companies Raised Nearly $2 Billion in First Nine Months of 2020

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mHealth companies are witnessing a significant surge in funding amid the COVID-19 pandemic. mHealth companies raised nearly $2 billion in the first nine months (9M) of 2020, an 13% increase year-over-year (YoY), according to Mercom Q3 & 9M ...

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Telehealth Company WELL Health Raises $45 Million

Telehealth Company WELL Health Raises $45 Million

WELL Health, a telehealth company, raised $45 million in a Series C round led by Lead Edge Capital. Martin Ventures and other existing investors Jackson Square Ventures, Health Velocity Capital, ...
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Virtual Mental Healthcare Provider Joon Care Raises $3.5 Million

Virtual Mental Healthcare Provider Joon Care Raises $3.5 Million

Joon Care, provider of a teletherapy platform for mental health exclusively for teens and young adults ages 13-24, raised $3.5 million. Route 66 Ventures led the financing, with participation from ...
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Medical Imaging Solutions Provider Subtle Medical Raises $12.2 Million

Medical Imaging Solutions Provider Subtle Medical Raises $12.2 Million

Subtle Medical, a provider of AI-powered solutions for vendor-agnostic medical imaging enhancement, raised $12.2 million in a Series A funding round, led by 3E Bioventures Capital. Other investors - Fusion ...
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Telemedicine Company Medable Raises $91 Million

Telemedicine Company Medable Raises $91 Million

Medable, a telemedicine company, has raised $91 million in a Series C funding round, led by Sapphire Ventures. Other existing investors GSR Ventures, PPD, and Streamlined Ventures, also participated in ...
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Spring Health Raises $76 Million For Digital Mental Health Program

Spring Health Raises $76 Million For Digital Mental Health Program

Spring Health, a digital behavioral health benefits program for employees offered through employers, closed a $76 million Series B funding round led by Tiger Global. "Mental health awareness has come ...
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