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Metrics for a Successful Startup is Revenue & Sustainability, Not How Much Money They Have Raised!
Written by Anne DeGheest // 29 June 2014 // startups, Angel funding

Digital Health funding is exploding. Last year, startups received more than $2 billion and that amount is expected to double this year. Please check my video interview at the Digital Health Summer Summit on How the HealthTech Conference on October 14 and 15, 2014 will address the Right Impact Metrics to build sustainable companies.

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Digital Health Summer Summit - Jill Gilbert and Anne DeGheest talk “Digital Health Markets to Watch”
Written by Anne DeGheest // 16 June 2014 // Conferences, digital health

As we ramp up for Digital Health Summer Summit 2014, Anne DeGheest, who will moderate the “Gaining Traction: The Markets to Watch” panel, shares answers to five burning digital health questions:

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Hearst Health Acquires CareInSync
Written by Anne DeGheest // 24 April 2014 // НealthTech Capital

On April 24, 2014, Hearst Corporation's healthcare group, Hearst Health, announced its acquisition of CareInSync, a software solutions company providing a real-time, mobile platform to improve patient care by enhancing communications between care providers and patients.

The company was succesfully sold to Zynx Health, a division of Hearst Health and had been funded by a syndicate led by HealthTech Capital in 2012.

MobiHealthNews article about the Hearst acquisition.

2013 angel funding Halo Report
Written by Anne DeGheest // 08 April 2014 // Angel funding

The Angel Resource Institute, Silicon Valley Bank and CB Insights released their angel group 2013 year in review, the Halo Report.

The Halo Report analyzes angel investment activity and trends in the United States.

Here are a couple interesting 2013 highlights:

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Looking Back on 2013, Predictions for 2014
Written by Anne DeGheest // 06 April 2014 // НealthTech Capital, healthtech, HIT, mobile health, digital health

Healthtech and Digital Health investment doubled in 2013 to over $2 Billion.

However, over 73% went to seed and series A investments, with still a flat amount of deals funded by venture capitalists at the series B and C stages.

Are we going to see a growing funding crunch for all these young companies or will we see increasing VC investments?

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