8 digital health startups with $100M+ funding thus far in 2017

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

The third quarter of 2017 saw $1.2 billion invested in 83 digital health startups, with an average funding amount of $14.6 million, according to a Rock Health report.

Eight digital health startups received $100 million-plus in funding since Jan. 1. 23andMe hosted the largest funding round in the third quarter, raising $250 million in September.

Here are the eight digital health startups that received $100 million-plus in funding since Jan. 1.

1. Chicago-based Outcome Health: $500 million

2. New York City-based Peloton Interactive: $325 million

3. Mountain View, Calif.-based 23andMe: $250 million

4. Boca Raton, Fla.-based Modernizing Medicine: $231 million

5. Cincinnati-based PatientPoint: $140 million

6. Irvine, Calif.-based Alignment Healthcare: $115 million

7. Cambridge, Mass.-based PatientsLikeMe: $110 million

8. Atlanta-based Sharecare: $100 million

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