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Prepared by:
Brian T. Edwards, Health Insights & Research Fellow
Ron Golan, Healthcare Transformer Fellow
Tanner Yager, St...
StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report
April 2013
Insights Monthly Stats
Apr 2013, 67 Deals:
Apr 2012, 14 Deals:
2013 YTD...
StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report
April 2013
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Accelerators, Incubators and Academies Spur Early Sta...
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  1. 1. Prepared by: Brian T. Edwards, Health Insights & Research Fellow Ron Golan, Healthcare Transformer Fellow Tanner Yager, StartUp Health Analyst Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health
  2. 2. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 Insights Monthly Stats Apr 2013, 67 Deals: Apr 2012, 14 Deals: 2013 YTD, 202 Deals: 50 Known Investors Monthly Funding, Rolling 12-months Top 5 Deals StartUp Investor Round Amt Description Blue Health Intelligence Series B $36M WorldOne Series D $35M Watermark Medical Series C $32M RainDance Technologies Series E $20M Welltok Series B $19M Disclosures: Information, data, and figures are representative of publicly available data. $64.04M • The Sensor sector is thriving. Watermark Medical received $32.2M in funding to commercialize and scale their at-home sleep study technology. • Four accelerators announced new classes distinctly focused on Digital Health. Most notably StartUp Health & GE's Consumer Health Program has officially kicked- off, as well newcomers Health Wildcatters, based in Dallas. • HealthSpot led the way for Telehealth funding with a $10.4M Series C round in a fast growing sector. • Top 3 Sectors: Sensors, Analytics, & Personal Health Social health platform Tech toolmaker for genetic research Quaker Partners, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Alloy Ventures, Arcadia Wood Partners, Sectoral Asset Management New Enterprise Associates, Emergence Capital Partners, InterWest Partners Undisclosed Investors Big data and analytics for all things healthcare Healthcare market research platform Home sleep monitoring platform, wearable, & software Deerfield Capital Undisclosed Investors $918.71M $322.72M $0M $120M $240M $360M May Jul Sep Nov Jan Mar startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Executive Summary , Page 2
  3. 3. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 Trends & Insights Accelerators, Incubators and Academies Spur Early Stage Growth Sensors and Mobile Health Significant growth investments were made in developers of sensors. Watermark Medical raised $32.2M to commercialize and scale their at-home sleep study technology. mc10 closed an $18.15M Series C to support the predicted growth following the recent launch of their first consumer sensor product in a partnership with Reebok. The device will help amateur athletes and coaches quickly identify players who have been subjected to high risk of concussion during a sporting event. Sense4Baby, which recently spun out of the research efforts at West Health Institute, has hired a new CEO and raised $4M in Series A funding from the West Health Investment Fund. There was a lot of new activity in the rapidly growing early stage digital health market during April. Startup Health Academy announced its new class of Healthcare Transformers in partnership with GE Healthymagination. Thirteen companies were selected to participate in StartUp Health's 3-year entrepreneurship program. A sign that the digital health sector is growing globally as well as in the US, more than 400 companies from 22 countries applied for the program and represent a broad spectrum of innovation ranging from aging, health sensors, patient engagement, mobile health, care coordination, big data, analytics and diagnostics among many other sectors. DreamIt Health launches the first digital health accelerator in Philadelphia with an inaugural class of ten companies. HealthBox Boston unveiled their second class of companies which was predominately companies focused on the 50Plus patient demographic. HealthBox also announced a fourth location for the program in Jacksonville, FL and opened applications for its second Chicago class following a full year away from their home city. A group of physicians in Dallas has launched a new digital health accelerator called Health Wildcatters. The group has raised $1M from approximately 30 investors and will provide companies with $35K in exchange for 8 percent equity. It will welcome the first 15 startups to their 12-week program in August. startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Trends & Insights , Page 3
  4. 4. Trends & Insights Telemedicine Several large telemedicine deals were closed this month. HealthSpot, which hopes to replace the primary care doctor with pharmacy-based kiosks that connect to remote physicians. PresenceLearning provides tele-therapy for speech pathologists. Remote Medicine specializes in providing telemedicine to rural, isolated patients. startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Trends & Insights , Page 4
  5. 5. Trends & Insights StartUp Health & GE Selection of 13 Consumer Health Companies Arpeggi Aver Informatics Care at Hand Caremerge Cerora Doctor.com GetHealth GoGoHealth IntelligentM itMD Clinical protocol software that uses intelligent diagnosis algorithms to gather symptoms and health history data that provides a complete view of a patient’s history. A revolutionary Hand Hygiene Compliance Improvement Solution for healthcare facilities. A cloud-based medical image sharing company that enables the on-demand exchange of medical imaging A technology platform which transforms those observations into predictive alerts to supervising nurses for early disease detection and improved outcomes. The Caremerge mobile/web apps allow care providers, families, caregivers and patients to access and exchange key information to facilitate efficiency and timely care decisions. A portable, objective, accurate, and affordable diagnostic tool that assess brain function and assists in patient decision making for neurologic and neuropsychiatric conditions. At the core of Doctor.com’s platform is a proprietary database of more than 2.5 million healthcare providers that is updated hundreds of times every day. Driving these updates are the thousands of hospitals and medical practices that actively use the Doctor.com platform to showcase their unique services and connect with new patients. A mobile and online platform which increases employee engagement in workplace wellness programs. Users describe the platform as the "Foursquare for Health." A cutting-edge and versatile technology for high-speed analysis of next-generation genomic sequencing data. A modern, social, big data platform with patent-pending technology that helps health organizations leverage their enterprise data without needing teams of analysts, technologists and data scientists. startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Trends & Insights , Page 5
  6. 6. Trends & Insights StartUp Health & GE Selection of 13 Consumer Health Companies Oxitone Medical TalkSession WalkJoy Delivers precise measurement, convenience and ease of use—resulting in a paradigm shift in gait lab analysis and ongoing patient care and monitoring for most of the adult patient population. The world’s first wrist pulse oximeter without a fingertip probe, enabling comfortable, remote and continuous monitoring of blood oxygen level, pulse rate, beat-to-beat variation and activity out of the hospital environment anywhere, anytime throughout day and night. An online platform which allows patients to find relevant mental health professionals and equips those professionals with tools to enhance the quality of care delivered and improve treatment outcomes. startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Trends & Insights , Page 6
  7. 7. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 Funding by StartUp Startups (67) Funding Round Current Month Total Funding by StartUp April 2013 Total $322.72M Blue Health Intelligence Series B $35.54M $63.54M WorldOne Series D $35.00M $35.00M Watermark Medical Series C $32.19M $69.19M RainDance Technologies Series E $20.00M $63.50M Welltok Series B $18.70M $25.83M MC10 Series D $18.15M $40.60M iRhythm Technologies, Inc. Series D $15.11M $53.79M LifeImage Series C $15.00M $43.80M Treato Series A $14.50M $14.50M RedBrick Health Series E $14.00M $39.00M Lineagen Series C $11.59M $37.39M HealthSpot Series C $10.40M $14.68M Hurel Corporation Series A $9.20M $9.20M OneHealth Series B $9.00M $9.00M PresenceLearning Series B $8.00M $12.21M Remote Medicine Series A $7.26M $8.17M PeriGen Series A $6.40M $6.40M CardioVIP Series C $5.80M $7.80M startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 7
  8. 8. Funding by StartUp Startups (67) Funding Round Current Month Total Funding by StartUp April 2013 Total $322.72M Asthmapolis Series A $5.00M $5.25M Sense4Baby Series A $4.00M $4.00M EveryMove Series B $3.50M $6.10M Vital Connect Series B $3.20M $13.96M ivWatch Series B $2.84M $5.56M BioDirection Series A $2.23M $2.23M Health Impact Associates Series A $2.00M $2.00M LifeNexis Series B $1.55M $3.75M HealthyOut Seed $1.50M $1.52M dBMEDx Series A $1.14M $1.64M CrowdMed Seed $1.10M $1.20M Diagnotes Series A $1.00M $1.45M KelDoc Seed $0.92M $0.92M Zinc Software Seed $0.85M $0.85M PARx Solutions Seed $0.75M $0.75M My Health Direct Series D $0.52M $11.87M HealthSouk Seed $0.51M $0.51M Non Invasive Monitoring Systems Seed $0.50M $0.50M TedCas Series A $0.50M $0.55M Lab7 Seed $0.50M $0.50M Nudge Seed $0.43M $0.43M startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 8
  9. 9. Funding by StartUp Startups (67) Funding Round Current Month Total Funding by StartUp April 2013 Total $322.72M Cooleaf Seed $0.37M $0.37M Patient Conversation Media Series A $0.35M $1.31M Identification Solutions, Inc. Seed $0.21M $0.21M Informatics In Context Seed $0.20M $0.20M GestSure Technologies Seed $0.17M $0.19M Hospitalytics Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Cellanyx Diagnostics Incubator $0.05M $0.05M AirCare Incubator $0.05M $0.05M MemberRx Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Stat Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Epion Health, Inc. Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Medlio Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Lean Wagon Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Caring in Place Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Osmosis Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Casagem Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Grand Round Table Incubator $0.05M $0.05M 3Derm Systems Incubator $0.05M $0.05M MyProxy Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Biomeme Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Sensing Strip Incubator $0.05M $0.05M startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 9
  10. 10. Funding by StartUp Startups (67) Funding Round Current Month Total Funding by StartUp April 2013 Total $322.72M OnShift Technologies Incubator $0.05M $0.05M TheraVid Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Fitly Inc. Incubator $0.05M $0.05M SpeSo Health Incubator $0.05M $0.05M Nexercise Incubator $0.02M $0.02M Sqord Incubator $0.02M $0.02M captureproof Incubator $0.02M $0.02M startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 10
  11. 11. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report Aggregated Funding by Month Current Month Same Month, Prior Year Growth % AprilApril 2013 Total $322.72M # $64.04M 404% MarchMarch 2013 Total $120.13M # $109.72M 9% FebruaryFebruary 2012 Total $155.95M # $161.51M -3% JanuaryJanuary 2012 Total $245.28M # $102.51M 139% DecemberDecember 2012 Total $146.84M # $52.87M 178% NovemberNovember 2012 Total $140.75M # $159.31M -12% OctoberOctober 2012 Total $53.89M # $143.36M -62% SeptemberSeptember 2012 Total $225.89M # $187.73M 20% AugustAugust 2012 Total $214.96M # $131.68M 63% JulyJuly 2012 Total $44.81M # $54.90M -18% JuneJune 2012 Total $220.87M # $116.71M 89% MayMay 2012 Total $350.20M # $92.72M 278% startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 11
  12. 12. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 Rolling 12-month totals vs. Prior May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr 2011-2012 92.7$ 116.7 54.9 131.7 187.7 143.4 159.3 52.9 102.5 161.5 109.7 64.0 2012-2013 350.2$ 220.9 44.8 215.0 225.9 53.9 140.8 146.8 245.3 156.0 120.1 322.7 Var ($) 257.5$ 104.2 (10.1) 83.3 38.2 (89.5) (18.6) 94.0 142.8 (5.6) 10.4 258.7 Var (%) 2.8X 0.9X -0.2X 0.6X 0.2X -0.6X -0.1X 1.8X 1.4X 0.0X 0.1X 4.0X $- 100m 200m 300m 400m 2011-2012 2012-2013 startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 12
  13. 13. StartUp Health Insights™ Funding Report April 2013 Sector Breakdown by Funding Total Funding Amount by Round April 2013 Deals % of $ Total Total 67 $322.7M 100% Incubator 23 $1.1M 0% Seed 13 $8.0M 2% Series A 12 $53.6M 17% Series B 8 $82.3M 26% Series C 5 $75.0M 23% Series D 4 $68.8M 21% Series E 2 $34.0M 11% Series F - - - Sensors $79M 24% Analytics $56M 17% Personal Health $39M 12% Data Visualization $35M 11% Telehealth $26M 8% All Other $88M 27% Total $323M Sensors $79M Analytics $56M Personal Health $39M Data Visualization $35M Telehealth $26M All Other $88M startuphealth.netinsights © 2013 StartUp Health Page 13

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