5 highest-funded digital health startups in Q2 2019

Andrea Park - Print  | 

In the second quarter of 2019, more than $3 billion in venture capital went to digital health startups, spanning 169 deals.

Here, according to a recent report from Mercom Capital Group, are the five largest of those venture-backed deals.

1. Tencent Trusted Doctors (Beijing): an online healthcare platform that raised $250 million, bringing its valuation to more than $1 billion.

2. Collective Health (San Francisco): an insurance and benefits management system that raised $205 million in a Series E round with participants including Alphabet's GV.

3. Tempus (Chicago): a genomic data analysis platform that raised $200 million in a Series F round, for a valuation of $3.1 billion.

4. DocPlanner (Warsaw, Poland): an online appointment booking platform that raised $90 million in Series E financing, led by One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing.

5. Roman (New York City): a men's health telehealth service that raised $85 million in its Series B funding round, upping its total valuation to $500 million.

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