Instead of suggesting a diagnosis for moles and skin lesions, digital health startup Miiskin is leaving that up to dermatologists. The company is rolling out a version of its tool for clinicians to make it easier for their patients to track moles and other spots… Read More »Skin-checking app sees future in clinicians, not automation
Honor, a San Francisco-based startup that strikes partnerships with home care companies, raised $140 million in a series D round. The company helps manage back-office functions in exchange for a portion of their revenue.
What You Should Know: – Human API, the consumer-controlled health data platform announced it has closed a Series C round of $20M+ this week. – Human API’s consumer-controlled platform gives users a streamlined means of accessing and sharing their personal health records with physicians, trusted… Read More »Human API Raises $20M+ to Scale User-Controlled Health Data Ecosystem
EVisit, an Arizona startup that is building an end-to-end telehealth platform for health systems and physician practices, raised $14 million.
The deal, offering $2 billion up front and $2 billion in future milestone payments, includes a gene therapy manufacturing facility and a pipeline that includes treatments for Parkinson’s and congestive heart failure.
Check out new developments from healthcare startups including Bind, ChromaCode and more.
Massachusetts-based Be Biopharma will use the proceeds to build a team as it seeks to develop B-cell therapies for a variety of diseases.
Insurance startup Bind Benefits just raised $105 million in a Series B funding round to further expand into the fully insured market. CEO Tony Miller sees the company’s health plan product as a way for employers to stay agile while offering insurance in a rapidly… Read More »How Bind Benefits’ CEO will use $105M to upend the health insurance market
The company, which offers a remote scribe services, secured $25 million in private placement financing and began trading publicly on the OTC markets after a reverse merger with Malo Holdings.
The disruption to biopharma and medtech businesses caused by Covid-19, such as product launch and clinical trial delays, has underscored the need for a more digital focused strategy.
For the second year, MedCity News is partnering with the New Orleans Business Alliance to host an executive summit that focuses on population health and highlights where innovation and investment are occurring in the field.
The Bay Area hearing device-maker planned to raise $141.3 million in an upsized IPO. Its stock started trading on Nasdaq under the ticker “EAR.”
98point6 App What You Should Know: – On-demand text-based primary care platform 98point6 raises $118M in Series E funding to further invest in research and development and expand its robust medical practice. – 98point6 offers patients easy access to primary care in the same way… Read More »98point6 Lands $118M to Expand Text-Based Primary Care Platform
What You Should Know: – Biotech startup Ori Biotech raises $30M in Series A funding to scale its cell and gene therapy (CGT) manufacturing platform. – Ori Biotech helps pharmaceutical and biotech companies develop and manufacture cell and gene therapies. Its patented technology aims to… Read More »Ori Biotech Lands $30M for Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing Platform
Among the areas of interest for employee benefits startups that presented in our Pitch Perfect contest are: electronic patient care records, behavioral health, caregiver support and substance abuse treatment.
This Pitch Perfect contest track includes home health startups with technologies spanning respiratory care, virtual nursing, and more.
The Palo Alto-based startup provides tools to support family caregivers, and uses predictive analytics to help them develop personalized action plans.
When it announced plans to go public through a blank-check company, Clover Health shared ambitious projections for its future membership. Much of that growth is pinned on plans to launch a direct contracting business.
Check out news from ChromaCode, Current Health, Datavant, and more.
Startups with tech to improve payer and provider efficiency: Video from MedCity INVEST Digital Health
This Pitch Perfect contest track reflected technology to remove financial barriers for their patients, automating workflows, reducing inefficiency and waste associated with the Prior Authorization process, and more.
Starship, a startup making Health Savings Accounts easier to use, has seen an influx of users since the start of the pandemic. In the first six months of 2020, the company saw 500% growth in active accounts and plans to double its membership again by… Read More »Starship brings gig economy focus to health savings accounts
Cancer Insights co-founders, President and CEO Tarun Kumar and CIO Dr. Sharon Hensley Alford, discuss their company’s goals to transform the oncology care continuum.
Startups focused on chronic conditions and value-based care: Video from MedCity INVEST Digital Health
Finalists in the Pitch Perfect contest track, chronic disease management and value-based care, span virtual care for patients with neurological disorders and family caregivers, digital therapeutics for adolescent mental health, and personalized nutrition coaching to address chronic disease risk.
Medicare Advantage startup Clover Health will go public in a blank-check acquisition led by billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya. The deal will value Clover at $3.7 billion.
AireHealth, which makes portable nebulizers for patients with respiratory conditions, plans to launch its first connected product next year.
What You Should Know: – Curation Health raises an undisclosed Series A round of funding to accelerate the adoption of its advanced clinical decision support platform. – Curation Health provides an advanced clinical decision support platform for providers and health plans that aids in managing… Read More »Curation Health Raises Series A Funding for Clinical Decision Support Platform
What You Should Know: – Augmedix closes $25 million in private placement funding and completion of a reverse merger transaction with Malo Holdings Corp. – Following the transaction, the merged entity will be named “Augmedix, Inc.”, and will continue the historic and innovative business of… Read More »Remote Medical Documentation Startup Augmedix Closes $25M, Reverse Merger with Malo Holding
Read about new developments from healthcare startups such as Carrum Health, Siren, NeuroFlow, and more.
The direct-to-consumer telehealth startup will go public through a merger with special purpose acquisition company Oaktree Acquisition Corp. The combined entity is expected to be valued at $1.6 billion.
Plume provides access to telehealth consultations for patients seeking gender-affirming hormone therapy. Recently, the startup began partnering with employers to offer its services as a benefit.
The INVEST Digital Health Virtual conference Pitch Perfect competition, from September 21-25, had some intense competition between the healthcare startup participants. Thanks to all the entrepreneurs, judges and sponsors who took part.
The company hopes to use the money to bring its T-cell antigen coupler cell therapy technology – currently in preclinical development – into human clinical trials. German drugmaker Bayer’s venture capital arm led the round.
GoodRx, a digital health startup that helps users track prescription drug prices, filed for an IPO on Friday. The company hasn’t yet priced its shares, but plans to be listed on Nasdaq as “GDRX.”
How do we improve behavioral health in meaningful ways? Join the conversation at INVEST Digital Health.
A panel discussion at the conference will examine what is being done to address behavioral health needs from social isolation, accentuated by the public health crisis, to the stress experienced by healthcare professionals.
Mental health startup Lyra Health raised a $110 million series D, valuing the company at $1.1 billion. The company plans to use the funds to expand its teletherapy service and develop additional mental health solutions.
In an interview, Peter Meath, J.P. Morgan’s co-head of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Middle Market Banking & Specialized Industries, says the Covid-19 pandemic has cast a bright light on the life sciences industry with startups raising venture funding at record levels as the virus has… Read More »J.P. Morgan on the state of life sciences and strategies to fuel innovation [Sponsored]
What You Should Know: – Mental health benefits provider Lyra Health raises $110M in Series D funding, bringing its valuation to $1.1 billion. – Lyra has grown significantly in 2020. So far this year, the company has added more than 800,000 new members to the… Read More »Lyra Health Reaches $1.1B Valuation After $110M Series D to Meet Demand for Teletherapy
Kronos Bio raises $155M in private financing to advance lead leukemia drug into registration study next year
The company has raised $148 million so far and plans to raise the remaining $7 million by next month. Its lead candidate is entospletinib, a SYK inhibitor acquired as part of a deal with Gilead Sciences last month, under development for patients with biomarker-defined acute… Read More »Kronos Bio raises $155M in private financing to advance lead leukemia drug into registration study next year
The upcoming INVEST Digital Health virtual conference September 21-25 will offer a spotlight for this debate to continue. It will also include conversations spanning behavioral health and how hospitals are addressing the pandemic as well as healthcare startup pitches.
What You Should Know: – Trellus Health secures $5M in seed funding and collaborates with Mount Sinai to deliver resilience-driven, connected care, integrating expert clinical and behavioral health for better outcomes. – The first disease Trellus will tackle is IBD, which is one of the… Read More »Led by Mount Sinai, Trellus Health Nabs $5M for Precision Platform for Complex Chronic Conditions
Read about news from healthcare startups Bright.MD, Science 37, NexEos Bio and more.
The conference, in partnership with healthcare industry association Medical Alley, will include conversations spanning behavioral health, the future of health insurance and how hospitals are addressing the pandemic. It will also spotlight healthcare startups in a pitch contest.
What You Should Know: – UK-based Biofidelity raises $12 million in Series A funding to accelerate the launch of disruptive cancer diagnostic technology. – The funding will be used to bring technology to market, enabling a dramatic simplification of precision genetic testing to ensure many more… Read More »UK Cancer Diagnostics Startup Biofidelity Raises $12M
Through a partnership with prescription delivery startup NimbleRx, Uber is offering home prescription delivery in Seattle and Dallas. The two companies plan to expand the partnership to other locations in the future.
What You Should Know: – Brightline raises $20 million to bring its virtual behavioral healthcare platform to kids and families across California and beyond. – Brightline delivers integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting children… Read More »Brightline Raises $20M for Virtual Pediatric Behavioral Health Platform
Some healthcare startups that offer at-home prescription deliveries and test kits have experienced delays with the USPS. They shared how they’re navigating the changes.
When employers offer a health plan with clear pricing, their employees are more likely to consistently choose higher-value, lower-cost care, according to a new Bind analysis using industry-leading national commercial benchmark and risk adjusted data. Register here to hear more.
What You Should Know: – Castor raises $12M in Series A funding to further their support for COVID-19 research through clinical trial and data automation. – With 4,000 live studies and 2,000,000 enrolled patients across 90 countries, Castor will use the funding to further invest… Read More »Castor Raises $12M to Advance COVID-19 Research Through Clinical Trial and Data Automation
Carrot Fertility, a startup that provides employee fertility benefits, raised $24 million in a series B round. The company plans to use the funds to further its expansion and build out its telehealth features.
What You Should Know: – Bridge Connector raises $25.5 million in Series B funding to advance interoperability layer for healthcare organizations as demand for integrated health data intensifies during COVID-19 pandemic. – The investment will support the growth of Destinations, the company’s new integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS)… Read More »Bridge Connector Lands $25.5M to Expand Healthcare Integration Platform
Pleiogenix is a biopharma startup developing treatments for liver diseases as well as Covid-19 and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). It recently emerged as the winner of the INVEST Pitch Perfect contest for the biopharma track.
Innovation in digital health at hospitals, in the face of Covid-19, and across digital health startups will be the highlights of the conference coming up September 21-25. Register now to get a $100 discount using the code MCN100.
Every lawyer knows that, in a courtroom, one should never ask a question one does not know the answer to. The same holds true for a CEO holding a board meeting. Preparation, such as holding one-on-one meetings with board members ahead of the event, is… Read More »Best practices for running a board meeting: What healthcare entrepreneurs need to know
Thirty Madison, which owns direct-to-consumer pharmacy brands for hair loss, migraines and acid reflux, raised $47 million in a series B round. Polaris Partners led the round, and Johnson & Johnson participated as an investor.
What You Should Know: – THREAD receives an additional $50 million capital commitment from Water Street and JLL Partners to expand its decentralized clinical trial research platform – THREAD is an innovative technology and service provider that increases participant engagement by enabling pharmaceutical companies and contract… Read More »THREAD Lands $50M for Decentralized Clinical Trial Research Platform
What You Should Know: – Direct-to-consumer telehealth company Thirty Madison raises $47M in Series B round from Johnson & Johnson and Polaris Partners. – Thirty Madison’s three portfolio brands — Keeps, Cove, and Evens — enables patients to easily access specialist-level care combined with the convenience of telemedicine and treatment delivery. Thirty… Read More »Backed by Johnson & Johnson, Thirty Madison Raises $47M for Direct-to-Consumer Telehealth Brands
What You Should Know: – CancerIQ raises $5M in Series A funding led by HealthXVentures to accelerate the growth of its genetic cancer risk assessment platform to identify and manage patients at high risk of cancer. – CancerIQ’s technology enables hospitals to use genomics to… Read More »CancerIQ Raises $5M to Expand Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment Platform
Check out news from healthcare startups including Bind, Reify Health, Bodyport and more.
The Chicago-based startup company plans to use the funding to further growth of its product offering and integration with EHRs and genetic testing partners.
The MedCity INVEST Digital Health Virtual event, Sep 21-25 will spotlight healthcare startups in four categories. The application deadline is coming up quick: Friday, August 21 at 5pm ET! Read more to find out how to apply.
What You Should Know: – Eden Health raises $25M to give employers and commercial real estate owners and operators the ability to offer medical care on-site, near-site, and virtually. – Eden’s membership model makes high-quality healthcare an affordable benefit for the average employer, with low… Read More »Eden Health Lands $25M to Bring On-Site and Virtual Care To Employers, Commercial Real-Estate
What You Should Know: – Reify Health, a clinical trial software provider that digitizes and accelerates clinical trials is announcing a $30 million series B funding round to support the company’s ambitious mission to fix the broken clinical trial ecosystem. – The company’s platform, StudyTeam systematically… Read More »Reify Health Raises $30M to Fix The Broken Clinical Trial Ecosystem
What You Should Know: – Today, Allergy Amulet announces $3.3M in seed funding to launch the world’s smallest and fastest consumer food allergen sensor and empower the allergy community by alleviating fears about what’s in their food. – Allergy Amulet’s novel technology can improve the… Read More »Allergy Amulet Nabs $3.3M To Launch World’s Smallest, Fastest Consumer Food Allergen Sensor
Flare Capital Partner Dan Gebremedhin explains what led the venture capital firm to invest in New York-based Eden Health and lead its recent Series B round.
The company’s software system is designed to streamline the work done by staff at clinical trial sites, such as manually copying information about patient recruitment and enrollment.
What You Should Know: – Lumeon, the leader in care pathway orchestration announced it has raised $30M in Series D funding to extend the reach of its Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform. – The platform empowers providers to improve care quality, deliver better outcomes, reduce… Read More »Lumeon Lands $30M to Expand Care Pathway Management Platform
Bodyport, a startup developing a scale intended to detect early signs of cardiovascular disease, raised $11.2 million in series A funding. The San Francisco-based company also struck a partnership with Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Xealth, a company whose platform makes it easy to prescribe digital health tools and integrate them with patients’ health records, struck a partnership with Cerner. Both Cerner and LRVHealth invested $6 million into the startup.
The conference coming up September 21-25 will highlight innovation in digital health at hospitals, in the face of Covid-19, and across digital health startups. Register now to get a $100 discount using the code MCN100.
News from innovative healthcare startups from Specifica, Aerovate Therapeutics and more.
INVEST Pitch Perfect winner spotlight: Atentiv’s digital therapeutic for ADHD isn’t just fun and games
Judges picked Atentiv as the winner of the __ for MedCity Invest’s virtual conference. The Boston-based startup is building a game to improve attention in kids with ADHD.
Ginger, a startup that provides mental health coaching services to its members, raised $50 million in series D funding.
What You Should Know: – Ginger announces $50 Million in Series D funding to expand access to its on-demand mental healthcare system led by Advance Venture Partners and Bessemer Venture Partners; joined by Cigna Ventures and existing investors. – Company has more than tripled revenue… Read More »Ginger Lands $50M to Expand On-Demand Mental Health Support Platform
Oak Street Health, which operates primary care centers for Medicare patients, went public on Thursday for $328 million. Its capitation payment model has helped the company continue on where many clinics have struggled during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The two fast-growing digital health companies struck a merger agreement on Wednesday. Teladoc will acquire Livongo in a deal that would value the startup at a whopping $18.5 billion.
With this new cash infusion, Sight Diagnostics, which uses machine learning and AI to analyze images of blood samples, has raised a total of $124 million since its inception in 2011.
The MedCity INVEST Digital Health Virtual event, Sep 21-25 will spotlight healthcare startups in four categories. The application deadline is August 14 at 5pm ET.
Amplified Sciences emerged as the winner of the diagnostics track for the MedCity INVEST conference’s Pitch Perfect contest with PanCystPro, the test it is developing to address the problems encountered when determining whether pancreatic cysts are cancerous.
In a Q&A, Truvian Sciences CEO Jeff Hawkins and Dena Marrinucci, founder and SVP Corporate Development and Business Operations talk about their point-of care blood testing technology.
What You Should Know: DarioHealth raises $28M in institutional financing intended to finance growth of their digital therapeutics B2B market share with employers, health insurance plans, and healthcare providers. The company sold 2,969,266 shares of common stock and, to certain investors in lieu thereof, pre-funded… Read More »Digital Therapeutics Company DarioHealth Raises $28M to Expand Market Share
Patient engagement platform Luma Health was designed to help patients schedule appointment with the doctor without having to wait months. With Covid-19, the startup’s vision has expanded.
– Lemonaid Health, a direct to consumer telehealth company raises $33M in Series B funding to expand the company’s medical team and number of services being offered to patients. – To date, the company has treated more than a million patients online for a variety… Read More »Lemonaid Health Raises $33M to Expand On-Demand Consumer Telehealth Platform
Read about new developments and milestones in the journey of healthcare startups from Truvian Sciences, NeuroFlow and more.
We are seeking digital health startups in four categories to take part in our INVEST Digital Health Virtual event in September.
In-home primary care startup Heal raised $100 million in funding, led by Humana. Heal plans to use the funds to expand into new markets and expand the breadth of services that it offers.
The study design is still being finalized, and the company is thus not yet divulging too many details. However, CEO David Daly said it would be significantly larger than the previous DETECT-A, multi-center and would include both men and women.
Ro, a startup offering patients mail-order prescriptions and telehealth appointments, raised $200 million in funding. The company started three years ago with men’s health and wellness products, before expanding its business.
Read about new developments from healthcare startups including HealCo, Eikonoklastes, Sidecar Health and more.
In a panel discussion during MedCity INVEST Thursday, investors discussed how the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements have impacted the way they interact with companies.
Today marks the last day of INVEST. Check our events page for agenda updates for our other virtual conferences this year including INVEST Digital Health, INVEST Population Health, INVEST Precision Medicine, and our collaboration with HLTH: ENGAGE at HLTH.
Scenario planning and lessons learned from past downturns can help leadership teams guide their startups through an uncertain economy.
MedCity spoke with Evidation and BrightInsight, two startups that have recently announced funding rounds, amid a Covid-19 pandemic worsening in the U.S.
Men’s health startup Hims is further expanding into mental health by offering psychiatric consults online. […]
Today at MedCity INVEST: Healthcare investment strategies amidst a pandemic and biopharma startups compete
Today’s agenda includes a panel discussion on healthcare investment trends and strategies and the biopharma track of the Pitch Perfect contest, which will include five startups. Register today!
We believe the areas that will require the most adaptation are in value-based care payment models, digitally integrated and tailored care delivery and automation.
Medical device startups take center stage today including: Actuated Medical, emocha Health, HT BioImaging, iNNOGING Medical, and Sense Neuro. Register now!
Clover Health said it plans to triple its footprint in the next year, pending CMS approval. But the insurer has also posted a net loss in recent years.
Kaia Health, a startup making an app to help users manage back pain, touted the results of a large, randomized controlled trial using its app. The company currently markets its system to employers, but hopes to make it available as a covered benefit in the… Read More »Digital health startup Kaia hopes to win over insurers with results of back pain study
“Everybody’s an infectious disease company now,” ARCH Venture Partners Managing Director Bob Nelsen said. By contrast, a report last year showed a huge decline in venture capital investment in the infectious disease space.
A panel discussion on digital health in the age of Covid-19 and the health IT track of the Pitch Perfect startup pitching contest are on the agenda for day 2 of the MedCity INVEST conference taking place online July 20-24. Register today!
Our annual INVEST conference, where investors and startups meet, kicks off today as a virtual event. Chris Coburn, chief innovation officer of Mass General Brigham, is a featured speaker and startups in the area of health services will present in the first track of our INVEST… Read More »Here’s what’s on the agenda for Day 1 of MedCity INVEST virtual
Months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the pace of new investments for startups has picked back up. Five VCs shared what’s changed and how they’re working in the midst of the crisis.
Pamela Aldsworth, head of VC coverage and managing director at J.P. Morgan, discusses deals and dealmaking during the pandemic and how startups can survive, in a special presentation to mark MedCity News’ annual INVEST conference.
Centene will expand its partnership with behavioral health startup Quartet Health to 32 states. The insurer became an investor in Quartet last year.
What You Should Know: – Boston-based health IT start-up Cohere Health announced the official launch of its company with a $10 million Series A funding round led by Flare Capital Partners. – The company’s patient journey-focused platform improves the notoriously difficult prior authorization process and… Read More »Cohere Health Launches with $10M to Increase Transparency Across Care Journey
CityBlock Health, a company building out healthcare services for low-income communities, raised $53.5 million in a series B extension. The company plans to use the funds to expand its clinical programs and further develop its technology.
What You Should Know: – Digital surgery pioneer Activ Surgical raises $15M in funding led by ARTIS Ventures to accelerate U.S. commercialization and European expansion efforts for its ActiveEdge platform, which enables existing surgical systems, from scopes to robots, to visualize, characterize and track tissue,… Read More »Activ Surgical Raises $15M Advance Autonomous and Collaborative Surgery
What You Should Know: – Same day pharmacy delivery startup NowRx raises $20 Million in Series B funding to expand into new U.S. territories and accelerate its technology roadmap, transforming the way consumers get their prescriptions. – NowRx’s competitive advantage is its proprietary pharmacy management system, which leverages AI… Read More »Same-Day Pharmacy Delivery NowRx Raises $20M to Expand into Additional Territories
Medly, a New York-based digital pharmacy startup that offers same-day prescription delivery, raised $100 million in a series B round.
What You Should Know: – GYANT raises $13.6M in Series A funding for AI-enabled digital front door solutions to drive meaningful patient-doctor engagement. – The investment will enable GYANT to scale up its product development to meet rapidly increasing market demand and support its exponential… Read More »GYANT Raises $13.6M for AI-Enabled Digital Front Door Solution to Drive Patient-Doctor Engagements
What You Should Know: – Medly Pharmacy raises $100M investment co-led by Volition Capital and Greycroft to propel Medly’s leadership in the $500B+ digital on-demand pharmacy market. – Medly will use the funding to expand its digital on-demand pharmacy platform, enter new markets, and provide… Read More »Medly Pharmacy Lands $100M to Expand Digital On-Demand Pharmacy Platform
The company is developing biosensors, initially for NASH, that could be used in place of liver biopsy and have applicability in development of drugs for the disease.
Healthcare startups across health IT, diagnostics, biopharma, health services and medical devices will present their technologies to a team of investor judges. Who will rise to the top? Register now to hear these presentations and connect with startups and investors.
Oak Street Health, a Chicago-based company that operates primary care centers for Medicare patients, filed initial IPO paperwork on Friday. The company has not yet priced the offering, but it plans to use the proceeds to repay a loan and grow its business.
What You Should Know: – Paige secures an additional $15M from Goldman Sachs for a total Series B funding round of $70M for its AI-native digital pathology ecosystem. – The company’s continued product portfolio of innovation in telepathology and digital diagnostics accelerated by further investment.… Read More »Paige Lands Additional $15M for AI-Native Digital Pathology Ecosystem
A centerpiece of INVEST will be the judges from investment groups who will query participants on their presentations across health IT, diagnostics, health services, medical devices and biopharma.
San Diego-based medical device startup MedCrypt struck a partnership with Blackberry QNX, an operating system developed by Blackberry for embedded systems.
What You Should Know: – K4Connect, a technology company that integrates the best in technology for older adults and those living with disabilities, announced a financing raise of $7.7 million led by Forte Ventures. This financing officially closes K4Connect’s Series B round at $21 million,… Read More »K4Connect Nabs $7.7M for Enterprise Platform for Smart Senior Living Communities
Here’s your guide to when healthcare startups are pitching at MedCity INVEST. Register now and save.
The INVEST Pitch Perfect contest will be held from July 20-24 and will spotlight healthcare startups across the following tracks: health services, health IT, medical devices, biopharma and diagnostics.
Telehealth startup Doctor on Demand raised $75 million in a series D round led by General Atlantic. The company plans to use the funds to build out its virtual primary care offering,
Five health IT startups with technology spanning patient engagement, optimizing care for cancer patients from China, and connected devices will take part in the startup pitching contest INVEST Pitch Perfect July 20-24. Register now while tickets are still available!
The company is currently running a Phase I study of its lead candidate, the antibody-drug conjugate VLS-101, in patients with lymphomas and leukemias. It has two additional antibody-drug conjugates and a bispecific antibody in preclinical development.
Gain insights from the perspectives of healthcare investors from Maverick Ventures, Cultivation Capital, Advocate Aurora Health and Flare Capital on investment trends in 2020 at the online conference July 20-24. Register now and save.
Anthem’s newly formed PBM, IngenioRx, acquired pharmacy startup Zipdrug. The company facilitates in-home drug delivery and helps health plans track medication adherence.
Digital health companies once again set a record for funding in 2020, according to a report by Rock Health. They raised a total of $5.4 billion in the first half of the year.
In the medical device track of the online pitch contest, five companies will present their technologies, which span medical imaging to clearing clogs from feeding tubes. Register now!