2013 Midyear Digital Health Funding by @Rock_Health


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A review of venture capital funding of digital health companies in 2013, totaling $849M through June (Q2). This report covers the major companies, investors and trends in digital health that are emerging in 2013. Purchase this report here: https://gumroad.com/l/TgefY

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2013 Midyear Digital Health Funding by @Rock_Health

  2. 2. ABOUT REPORT this We have been tracking data for the previous 181 days for the 2013 Midyear Funding Report, going deeper than ever before and expanding our review to include crowdfunding. This comprehensive view provides a look into the companies, investors, and trends in digital health in 2013. Not to our surprise, funding growth has continued, overall. We’re delighted to see so many people working together to bring transformation to healthcare through technology. This report sources data from Capital IQ, SEC, company websites, CrunchBase, NVCA and the Rock Health funding database. LEARN MORE AT rockhealth.com PRODUCED BY WITH HELP FROM HALLE TECCO @halletecco MALAY GANDHI @mgxtro DANIEL AXELSEN NEA KYRA DEETH-STEHLIN Rock Health ERIN TRIMBLE Rock Health ELISE XU Rock Health ROCK HEALTH is powering the future of the digital health ecosystem, bringing together the brightest minds across disciplines to build better solutions. Rock Health funds and supports startups building the next generation of technologies transforming healthcare. ROCK HEALTH partners include Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Boehringer Ingelheim, Fenwick & West, GE, Genentech, Harvard Medical School, Kaiser Permanente, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Mayo Clinic, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Montreux Equity Partners, NEA, Ogilvy Public Relations, Qualcomm Life and UCSF.
  3. 3. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH DIGITAL HEALTH FUNDING IS UP 12% IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2013; HOWEVER, GROWTH IS SLOWING OVERALL 3 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC $216 $312 $365 $533 $670 $849 2012 Cumulative funding in millions through June 30, 2013 2013 Note: Only includes companies that received $2M+ in venture funding $757 $343 2011 $1,401 $890 25% more deals in 2013 versus 2012
  4. 4. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH TRADITIONAL VENTURE FUNDING OF HEALTHCARE CONTINUES TO DECLINE 4Source: PwC Money Tree; based on Q1 2013 (latest data available) Medical devices HEALTHCARETECH Change in Q1 2013 funding versus prior year quarter Biotechnology Digital healthSoftware All sectors +12% +38% -2% -29% -6%
  5. 5. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH5 90 digital health companies each raised $2M+ in 2013 Gamgee
  6. 6. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH THE LARGEST FIVE DEALS OF 2013 YTD REPRESENT 20% OF ALL FUNDING 6 personalizing therapy by connecting it to your mobile phone solving healthcare data warehouse issues for health systems diagnosing and treating sleep disorders through an end-to-end service incubating multiple advanced technologies to improve healthcare connecting millions of people with trusted health information and doctors $45M $41M $32M $31M $24M Oracle, Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, Novartis CHV, KP Ventures, Norwest, Sequoia, Sorenson John Sculley, Rho Capital Partners, South Ocean Growth Equity Undisclosed Asset Management Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Mohr Davidow Ventures
  7. 7. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH EMERGING THEMES OF 2013 COMPRISE APPROXIMATELY HALF OF ALL FUNDING YEAR-TO-DATE 7 REMOTE PATIENT MONITORING $102M 12 deals HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION $79M 8 deals ANALYTICS / BIG DATA $78M 7 deals EHR $69M 8 deals WELLNESS $62M 6 deals 010000100110 100101100111 010000001100 100011000010 111010001100# Administrative, clinical, ‘omics, and/or passive data aggregation and analysis for a wide range of use cases and customers Monitoring and information capture for patients in situations where care provider and patient are not physically nearby Management and administration tools for running the business of a hospital Clinical data capture (general or specialty-specific) and surrounding ecosystem of applications Services designed to improve the health and well-being of individuals or employeesNote: Only includes companies that received $2M+ in venture funding
  8. 8. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH MOST SILICON VALLEY-BASED DIGITAL HEALTH COMPANIES HAVE EXPERIENCED UP ROUNDS SINCE 2012 8 60% 40% 62% 88% 74% 75% Directional round to round price change for Silicon Valley technology companies (2012-Q1 2013) 47% 51% 57% 73% 81% 91%DIGITAL HEALTH SOFTWARE INTERNET; NEW MEDIA HARDWARE; ELECTRONICS LIFE SCIENCES CLEANTECH 2012 Q1 2013 Up Flat Down Note: These charts reflect the average percentage change between the price per share at which companies raised funds in a quarter, compared to the price per share at which such companies raised funds in their prior round of financing. In calculating the average, all rounds (up, down and flat) are included, and results are not weighted for the amount raised in a financing. This data was derived from Fenwick & West’s quarterly Silicon Valley Venture Capital Survey (www.fenwick.com/vcsurvey).
  9. 9. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH THE BAY AREA DOMINATES VC FUNDING IN DIGITAL HEALTH 9 No investment >$0-25M >$25-100M >$100-250M >$250M # of deals5 3 23 5 3 8 Total funding by state (2013 YTD) 6 3 3 4 4 Note: Only includes companies that received $2M+ in venture funding
  10. 10. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH 2-3 DEALS IN 2013 10 One of the top areas for me was healthcare, just because every interaction in every area related to health is just so shitty... there is a lot of value that people like us can add because you have a very different perspective on how the system should work.” LESS DABBLING, MORE COMMITMENT FROM INVESTORS 5 DEALS IN 2013 “ -CHAMATH PALIHAPITIYA FOUNDER AND MANAGING PARTNER There is a general awareness among institutional and strategic corporate investors that this health vertical is very important going forward.” “ -PROMOD HAQUE PARTNER 4 DEALS IN 2013 Note: Only includes companies that received $2M+ in venture funding
  11. 11. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH PROGRESS CONTINUES AS A NUMBER OF COMPANIES MATURED TO C-ROUND DEALS 11 A 42% B 31% C 19% D 6% E+ 3% A 39% B 34% C 16% D 6% E+ 6% Three 2012 A-round companies have raised a B- round in the first half of 2013 Seven 2012 B-round companies have raised a C- round in the first half of 2013 2012 2013 Percentage of deals by financing round (2012-2013)
  12. 12. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH WITH A DEARTH OF SEED FUNDING ($500K-$1M), EARLY STAGE ENTREPRENEURS TURN TO CROWDFUNDING FOR CAPITAL 12 increase in health campaigns from Q1 2011-Q2 2013 increase in health startup profiles in the last year Source: Indiegogo, AngelList CROWDFUNDING PLATFORMS Kickstarter Indiegogo appspllt Rally.org FirstFunder BountySource RocketHub HealthTechHatch MedStartr REWARDS-BASED EQUITY-BASED AngelList Fundable SecondMarket RockThePost CrowdCube CircleUp SeedUps HealthFundr VentureHealth HEALTHCARE-SPECIFIC 2779% 272%
  13. 13. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH PERSONAL HEALTH TRACKING COMPANIES WITH A PHYSICAL PRODUCT HAVE BEEN AMONG THE MOST SUCCESSFUL 13 $ 1,270,024 $ 846,675 $ 580,809 $ 580,000 $ 135,000 Scanadu Scout: the first Medical Tricorder Misfit Shine: an elegant, wireless activity tracker Amiigo: fitness bracelet for iPhone and Android Radiate Athletics: advanced workout shirt HAPIfork: eat slowly, feel better Note: As of June 28, 2013
  14. 14. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH BUT HEALTHCARE-SPECIFIC PLATFORMS HAVE YET TO COMPETE WITH BROADER CROWDFUNDING SITES 14*Only includes campaigns that were successful or completed in 2013 (as of June 28, 2013) 2013 DIGITAL HEALTH CAMPAIGNS* successful failed AVERAGE AMOUNT RAISED AND TOP CAMPAIGN $3K $158K $136K $1.2M CROWDFUNDING in healthcare isn’t easy—Health Tech Hatch turns to Indiegogo to make it work” “ $580K $5.8K
  15. 15. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD COMPANIES HAVE BEEN ACTIVE ACQUIRERS IN THE FIRST HALF 0F 2013 15 DBMOTION Connected healthcare and interoperability platform ($235M) JARDOGS Cloud-oriented patient engagement (Undisclosed) EPOCRATES Point-of-care mobile application for physicians ($293M) LABOTIX AUTOMATION Clinical laboratory automation (Undisclosed) PUREWELLNESS Employee wellness programs (Undisclosed) 100PLUS Personalized health prediction platform (Undisclosed)
  16. 16. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH16 MBA PhD MD Masters 6% 11% 13% 21% CEO educational background CEO gender 95 5 WOMEN CONTINUE TO BE UNDER-REPRESENTED AS DIGITAL HEALTH CEOS % % Note: For companies funded in 2013
  17. 17. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH SUMMARY FINDINGS of Funding of digital health companies continued to grow overall, totaling $849M in the first half of 2013. Funding in the first half of 2013 represents 12% growth in investment and 25% growth in deals YoY. For comparison, overall VC funding in the first quarter of 2013 (latest data available) is down 6% YoY (source: PwC MoneyTree). Additionally, venture funding of traditional healthcare continues to decline, medical device funding is down 29% and biotech is down 2%; software is up 38% (source: PwC MoneyTree). 90 digital health companies each raised more than $2 million dollars in the first half of 2013. Of these companies, 31% are located in California, nearly double that of the next two states combined, Massachusetts (9%) and New York (8%). Four investors made three or more digital health investments in the first half of 2013. The Social+Capital Partnership led the way with five digital health investments, followed closely by Norwest. There were no co-investments by these two firms, demonstrative of a divergent focus in digital health investing among the most active investors. 146 identified investors participated in 1-2 deals each. With few seed investors ($250K-$1M range), crowdfunding has become an attractive option for digital health entrepreneurs. There were a total of 38 digital health campaigns across Indiegogo, Kickstarter, Medstartr, and Fundable. Over $4.5M was raised through completed or continuing crowdfunding campaigns in the first half of 2013. The top six campaigns represented 75% of all crowdfunding dollars raised in the first half of 2013. About 40% of campaigns that closed in the first half of 2013 failed to meet their goals. 17
  18. 18. | PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH ROCK HEALTH PORTFOLIO 18 2012 2013 June-November 2011 January-May 2012 October 2012-February 2013 2014 V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 June-August 2012 June 2013-September 2013
  19. 19. @rock_health research@rockhealth.org Want more data? • Full list of 2011-2013 deals • Funded company information • List of deals by investor visit: rockhealth.com/research PRESENTATION Ⓒ 2013 ROCK HEALTH