Digital health has never been hotter, and investor interest is surging across all stages. From early- to late-stage investments, lines are blurring with increased disruption in the digital health landscape. Traditional private equity and growth investors are moving earlier in the cycle in an attempt to capture the next unicorn, and venture capital investors are doubling down on their own portfolio. In this forum, private equity and venture capital leaders reviewed the state of the market and shared their approaches to investing in 2022 and beyond.
Below are the top takeaways for McDermott Will & Emery and EY at the 2022 J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference: Acceleration Capital
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According to statistics from Rock Health, 2021 was the largest funding year for digital health to date, with $29.1 billion raised across 729 deals. Not only did 2021 see a record number of digital health deals, but the deals were larger than ever before: The average deal size in 2021 was $39.9 million, and the number of deals worth more than $100 million doubled from 2020 to 2021. In 2021, the six
top-funded value propositions were research and development, on-demand healthcare, treatment of
disease, fitness and wellness, healthcare marketplace and nonclinical workflow. The six top-funded
clinical indications were mental health, diabetes, cardiovascular, primary care, musculoskeletal and
Two key trends are driving this massive influx of [...]