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Startup Health: $3.9B in digital health funding for 2016’s first half

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Investment in digital health for the first half of 2016 has reached $3.9 billion, breaking funding records and showing a robust market that is expected to continue growing, according to a midyear report by digital health network and accelerator StartUp Health.

The report found the first half of 2016 to post the largest mid-year total on record for the industry, besting both last year’s $2.9 billion at mid-year last year and $3.5 billion in 2014 — the previous record. Early-stage innovation made up more than 65 percent of deal volume in the first half, with the bulk of money going to Series A rounds.

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