132 Digital Health Companies Were Acquired in the First Nine Months of 2020

132 Digital Health Companies Were Acquired in the First Nine Months of 2020

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Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) continue to be the most popular source of exit for digital health investors and companies. One hundred and thirty-two digital health companies were acquired in the first nine (9M) of 2020, compared to 125 ...

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Medical Image Analytics Company Smart Reporting Raises $16.2 Million

LeanTaaS Raises $40 Million in Funding led by Goldman Sachs

LeanTaaS, a predictive analytics and machine learning company that specializes in improving healthcare operations, closed a $40 million Series C3 round, bringing its total VC funding to over $100 million. The financing ...
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Laudio Secures $7.3 Million in Series A Financing (1)

Laudio Secures $7.3 Million in Series A Financing

Laudio, a developer of AI-powered staff relationship management platform, completed a $7.3 million Series A financing round. InHealth Ventures led the round with participation from .406 Ventures, MemorialCare Innovation Fund, and existing ...
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caresyntax Closes $45.6 Million in New Funds & Acquires Syus

caresyntax Closes $45.6 Million in New Funds & Acquires Syus

caresyntax, a provider of automation and artificial intelligence solutions for the operating room, raised $45.6 million in new funding. The funding round was led by Whiz Partners, a Takeda-backed Drug Discovery ...
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Bridge Connector Raises $5 Million in Funding

Bridge Connector Raises $5 Million in Funding

Bridge Connector, a provider of end-to-end data-driven healthcare workflow integration-platform-as-a-service, raised an additional $5 million, bringing its total VC funding to $25 million. The funding round was led by Jeff ...
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Current Health Raises $11.5 Million in Series A Funding

Current Health Raises $11.5 Million in Series A Funding

Current Health (formerly snap40), the developer of an AI-enabled wearable device that helps health professionals monitor patients in the hospital and at home, closed an $11.5 million Series A funding ...
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