Digital health in the last 30 days: 18 companies raise $811M

Eighteen digital health companies specializing in everything from conversational artificial intelligence to value-based care raised $811 million in the past month.

Here are the digital health funding rounds Becker's has reported on since May 31:

1. Duos, a digital health company focusing on providing care to older adults, raised $10 million June 22.

2. Aledade, a network of primary care practices, secured $260 million in a June 21 series F financing round.

3. DexCare, a digital patient booking platform spun out of Renton, Wash.-based Providence, raised $75 million in a June 21 funding round that saw participation from Kaiser Permanente Ventures.

4. GV, formerly Google Ventures, co-led a $16.75 million series A funding round June 20 for Caraway, a company offering digital mental, reproductive and physical health services for Generation Z patients.

5. AccurKardia, a medical software company using artificial intelligence that Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic selected for its accelerator program, landed $2.7 million in seed funding June 20.

6. Medivis, an augmented reality medtech company, raised $20 million in a June 13 series A financing round that saw participation from Disney CEO Bob Iger and Mayo Clinic.

7. Beaconcure, an AI-powered clinical data platform developed in conjunction with Pfizer, garnered $14 million in a series B financing round June 13.

8. Houston-based Memorial Hermann Health System and West Des Moines, Iowa-based UnityPoint Health invested in a $25 million series B funding round June 8 for data analytics company Carta Healthcare.

9. MemorialCare Innovation Fund, the investment arm of Fountain Valley, Calif.-based MemorialCare, joined a $13 million series B investment round June 8 for AI-powered healthcare workforce company Laudio.

10. Pomelo Care, a virtual maternal health company, raised $33 million in seed and series A financing June 8.

11. Upperline Health, a provider network of specialty care clinics, brought in $58.35 million in new capital June 7.

12. Digital health company Significo raised $12 million in series A financing June 7.

13. Yuvo Health, a tech-enabled administration company providing services to federally qualified health centers, landed $20.2 million in a series A financing round June 7.

14. Digital life sciences company Mend got $15 million in a series A financing round June 6.

15. 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki joined a $30 million investment round for Helium Health, an African healthcare technology financing company, TechCrunch reported June 5.

16. Ascension Ventures, part of St. Louis-based Ascension, and CVS Health Ventures participated in a $166 million funding round May 31 for Strive Health, a tech-enabled kidney care provider that focuses on value-based care.

17. Hyro, a conversational AI company used by Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Health, Cincinnati-based Mercy Health and Coral Gables, Fla.-based Baptist Health, raised $20 million in series B financing May 31.

18. The venture capital arms of Intermountain Health and Cleveland-based University Hospitals joined a $20 million series B financing round May 31 for clinical workforce intelligence company Axuall.

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