10 highest-funded digital health startups

Digital health funding continues to steadily rise, with dollar funding up 36 percent for the most recent four quarters, according to CB Insights.

The venture capital database found the number of digital health deals more than tripled from 2010 to 2014, growing from 118 to 396, and the funding amount (a multi-year high of $3.5 billion) is four times the dollar investment in 2010.

CB Insights also outlined the 10 most well-funded digital health companies from 2010 to the second quarter of 2015.

1. Jawbone: $613.8 million

2. Privia Health: $414.1 million

3. Proteus Digital Health: $367.2 million

4. Oscar Health Insurance Co.: $295.0 million

5. HeartFlow: not reported

6. Practice Fusion: $170.1 million

7. Health Catalyst: $153.0 million

8. Lumeris: $141.0 million

9. Flatiron Health: $138.0 million

10. 23andme: $127.4 million

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