Health tech investors look to administrative tech to diversify

In the second quarter of 2022, health tech investors are looking to administrative and clinical tech to diversify their portfolios, according to a July 10 RockHealth report.

Digital health funding is slowing down, with 2022's investments into the sector set to fall far behind those of 2021. At the start of 2022, digital health investors looked to the tried and true categories of start-ups to fund like digital mental health, therapeutics and pharmaceutical research and development. 

In the second half of 2022 however, investors looked to different types of health tech to diversify, increasing funding in categories like administrative and clinical workflow. This may indicate an increased caution on the side of investors for the volatility of other categories of health tech that can come up against regulatory and policy challenges.

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