13 digital health companies that raised more than $100M in 2022

Digital health investments almost doubled from 2020-21, with $29.1 billion raised across 729 deals last year. Multimillion-dollar investments are continuing to roll in in 2022. Here are 13 digital health companies that raised $100 million or more this year:

  1. TigerConnect, a company offering communication software for care teams, raised $300 million.

  2. Lyra Health, a startup that sells employee mental health services to businesses, raised $235 million.

  3. Digital pharmacy Alto Pharmacy raised $200 million.

  4. Transcarent, a digital health platform for self-insured employers, raised $200 million.

  5. Digital behavioral medicine company Omada Health raised $192 million.

  6. Senior care platform A Place for Mom raised $175 million.

  7. Iterative Scopes, an artificial intelligence-based precision medicine company, raised $150 million.

  8. Ro, a direct-to-consumer telehealth app for pharmacy services, raised $150 million.

  9. Verana Health, a technology startup that analyzes clinical data to advance ophthalmic and neurologic care and research, raised $150 million.

  10. Virtual care company Wheel raised $150 million.

  11. Remote patient monitoring startup Athelas raised $132 million.

  12. "Hospital-at-home" company Medically Home raised $110 million.

  13. Apprentice, a software company for pharmaceutical supply chain management, raised $100 million.

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