Tiger Global and General Catalyst led the Digital Health investment activity in the first half (1H) of 2021.
A total of 1,254 investors invested nearly $15 billion in 374 digital health companies in 1H 2021, according to the latest Mercom Digital Health Funding and M&A Report. By comparison, 995 investors invested $6.3 billion in 303 digital health companies in 1H 2020.
One hundred thirteen investors made two or more investments in 1H 2021. To learn more about the investor data, please visit: https://mercomcapital.com/product/1h-q2-2021-digital-health-healthcare-it-funding-ma-report/
The top digital health investor in 1H 2021 was: Tiger Global, an investment firm focused on software, consumer, and financial technology industries, invested over $1.8 billion in 14 digital health companies. The firm’s investment portfolio includes Hinge Health, Komodo Health, DispatchHealth, CityBlock Health, Virta Health, Innovaccer, and TytoCare.
General Catalyst, formerly General Catalyst Partners, an American venture capital firm focused on early-stage and growth investments. The firm has invested nearly $1.5 billion in 17 digital health companies, including Ro (Roman), Tempo, CityBlock Health, and PathAI.
Other Top Digital Health Investors During in 1H 2021 Included:
Insight Partners, a venture capital firm that invests in growth-stage technology, software, and internet businesses, invested almost $800 million in nine digital health companies, including BrightInsight, Eden Health, Florence, Alma, and Clarify Health.
Optum Ventures, a venture capital investment firm that invests in digital health companies, has invested nearly $700 million in 11 digital health companies. The firm’s investment portfolio includes Unite Us, LetsGetChecked, Caresyntax, and Kaia Health.
Khosla Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm that invests in healthcare and technology companies, has invested nearly $600 million in 10 digital health companies includes Forward Health, Rightway Healthcare, Ginger, and SWORD Health.
Maverick Ventures, an investment firm that invests in early-stage companies, has invested over$500 million in 8 digital health companies, including Collective Health, Proximie, Zus Health, and Carta Healthcare.
Bessemer Venture Partners, a venture capital firm that backs consumer, enterprise, and healthcare startups, invested almost $500 million in seven digital health companies, including MediBuddy DocsApp, Aspen RxHealth, and FOLX Health.
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