Accenture: Startups focused on 'provider efficiency' received $1.2B in funding in 2016

Jessica Kim Cohen - Print  | 

Digital health startups offering services related to "provider efficiency" acquired the most investor funding in 2016, according to an Accenture report.

For the report, Accenture analyzed 4,000-plus startup companies related to digital health that received funding between 2010 and 2017.

Here are 10 categories that received the most digital health funding in 2016.

1. Provider efficiency: $1.2 billion

2. Virtual care/coordination: $600 million

2. Wearable devices: $600 million

4. Personalized medicine: $500 million

5. Enhanced diagnosis: $400 million

5. Big data and analytics: $400 million

7. Remote monitoring: $200 million

7. Payment methods: $200 million

7. Improved access: $200 million

7. Incentives: $200 million

To access the full report, click here.

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