UPMC, General Catalyst, Northwell: 16 digital health investments in January

Despite a slowdown in digital health investing, venture capital firms and health system venture arms continue to pour money into promising ideas.

Here are 16 digital health funding rounds Becker's reported on in January:

1. UPMC Enterprises, the venture capital arm of Pittsburgh-based UPMC, joined a $50 million series D financing round Jan. 31 for Clearsense, a healthcare analytics and data company.

2. Teal Health, a women's health platform initially focusing on cervical cancer, raised $8.8 million in a Jan. 31 seed financing round that saw participation from Serena Ventures, the venture capital fund of tennis star Serena Williams.

3. Paradigm, a tech company that aims to integrate clinical trials more broadly into the healthcare system, launched Jan. 27 with a $203 million series A funding round co-led by venture capital firm General Catalyst.

4. Northwell Holdings, the venture capital arm of New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, backed Hume AI, a startup aiming to detect emotions using artificial intelligence, in a $12.7 million funding round Jan. 26.

5. Elaborate, a lab results tool integrated with Epic and more than 65 other EHRs, raised $10 million in seed funding Jan. 26.

6. SVB Capital, the venture capital and credit investing arm of Silicon Valley Bank, led a $25 million financing round Jan. 26 for Health Payment Systems, a healthcare financing platform.

7. Pearl Health, a value-based care tech company focused on healthcare risk-bearing, raised $75 million in series B funding Jan. 26.

8. Xploro, a pediatric-focused digital health startup founded in the U.K., opened a U.S. headquarters after investments by Cleveland-based University Hospitals Ventures and Baltimore-based LifeBridge Health, its founder and CEO said Jan. 23.

9. LinusBio, a spinoff of New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System that aims to predict autism in babies using a single strand of hair, raised $16 million in series A funding Jan. 12.

10. Carbon Health, a hybrid healthcare company focused on primary and urgent care, secured $100 million in series D funding from CVS Health Ventures Jan. 10.

11. Paytient, a healthcare finance company, raised $40.5 million in series B financing Jan. 10.

12. Northwell Holdings and EHR vendor Veradigm (formerly Allscripts) were among the investors in a $45 million series B round Jan. 9 for data analytics company Holmusk.

13. CVS Health led a $25 million financing round Jan. 9 for virtual therapy and psychiatry company Array Behavioral Care.

14. KeyCare, a virtual care platform built with Epic, raised $27 million in series A financing Jan. 5.

15. Herself Health, a virtual care company aimed at older women, landed $7 million in seed funding Jan. 5, opening its first clinic in Minneapolis.

16. Digital health platform Ostro closed on an additional $45 million in series B financing Jan. 4 to bring its total funding to more than $55 million.

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