July 2013 Digital Health Insights Funding Report


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July 2013 Digital Health Insights Funding Report

  1. 1. InsightsTM Funding Report July 2013   Produced By Tanner Yager, StartUp Health Business Analyst Brian T. Edwards, StartUp Health Insights Fellow Anne Kim, StartUp Health Fellow www.StartUpHealth.com/insights © 2013 StartUp Health
  2. 2. 2 InsightsTM Funding Report July 2013 •  Practice Management sector received largest funding for 9 deals with $115M •  Body Computing sector is garnering more attention, with 144% funding growth in comparison to July 2012, due to rising trend in sensor devices •  Healthcare Transformers in StartUp Health Academy •  caremerge raised $2.1M in Series A round led by Grazyna Kulczyk •  Maxwell Health raised $1.99M in Series A round HIGHLIGHTS Disclosures Information, data, and figures represent publicly available data. www.StartUpHealth.com/insights © 2013 StartUp Health STATS HEALTH IT INDUSTRY SEES 47% GROWTH FOR 2013 YTD IN COMPARISON TO CORRESPONDING TIME PERIOD FOR 2012 July 2013 51 Deals $259.5M Domestic 45 Deals $215.9M International 6 Deals $43.6M July 2012 37 Deals $112.8M 2013 YTD 361 Deals $1,588.4M 2012 YTD 206 Deals $1,083.5M 58 Known Investors for July 2013
  3. 3. practice management and consulting services for providers revolutionary integration of technology with insurance data analysis platforms to discover breakthroughs in medicine automated hospital kit tracking SaaS for data analysis in clinical trials $65M $40M $31M $10M $8M Series A Series A Series B Series A Series A Undisclosed Thrive Capital, General Catalyst Partners, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund IVP, GE Ventures, Floodgate Fund, Khosla Ventures, Citi Ventures New Leaf Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, Easton Capital, LionBird Sequoia Capital, Life Science Angels, Aaron Levie, Nils Johnson, Zod Nazern, Zorba Lieberman www.StartUpHealth.com/insights © 2013 StartUp Health TOP 5 DEALS* 3 TOP FIVE DEALS REPRESENT 59% OF JULY 2013 TOTAL FUNDING, WITH FOUR BEING SERIES A July 2013 InsightsTM Funding Report *Top international deals: Withings raised $30M in Series A Sensimed raised $8M in Series C
  4. 4. FUNDING AMT BY ROUND SECTOR BREAKDOWN BY FUNDING TOTAL $81M 31% $54M 21% $50M 19% $44M 17% $30M 12% Practice Management Big Data/Analytics Sensors Insurance All Other July 2013 Deals Total Funding % of $ Total Total 51 $259.5M 100.0% Incubator 11 $0.2M 0.1% Seed 15 $8.6M 3.3% Series A 12 $179.0M 69.0% Series B 6 $53.2M 20.5% Series C 4 $16.8M 6.5% Series D / / / Series E / / / Series F / / / Venture Round 3 $1.5M 0.6% www.StartUpHealth.com/insights © 2013 StartUp Health 4 July 2013 InsightsTM Funding Report IN COMPARISON TO JULY 2012, NEW SECTORS EMERGE IN TOP FOUR LARGEST FUNDED SECTORS OF JULY 2013
  5. 5. www.StartUpHealth.com/insights © 2013 StartUp Health July 2013 InsightsTM Funding Report 5 OVERVIEW OF TRENDS IN HIT INDUSTRY Health IT industry sees 47% growth for 2013 YTD in comparison to corresponding time period for 2012 The number of investors as well as the interests of investors are expanding dramatically in the industry. As investors continue to invest in similar areas over time, other new sectors garner more attention due to new trends in healthcare. Top five deals represent 59% of July 2013 total funding, with four being Series A Investors continue to take interest in popular sectors such as Practice Management and Big Data/Analytics. These sectors dominate the top five deals for July 2013. In comparison to July 2012, new sectors emerge in top four largest funded sectors of July 2013 As startups in all sectors deal with long-term problems and solutions, some sectors continue to emerge in top funding deals. However, new areas such as Sensors/Body Computing grow in funding due to consumer trends. For more up-to-date data and insights, please visit www.StartUpHealth.com/insights
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