Q3 2022 digital health funding: The market isn’t the same as it was

Q3’s low funding numbers—the lowest quarterly funding total in the past 11 quarters. The decline isn’t caused just by the upcoming crisis – the sharp decline in funding reflects a more profound underlying change: this quarter’s near-complete absence of late-stage digital health investments.

As we enter the last 90 days of 2022, a few key themes have emerged throughout Q3:

1) smaller checks across the board

2) a focus on early-stage funding

3) reprioritisation of technology investments

4) an exit market that’s beginning to thaw.

Each hint at the type of activity we may see in Q4 and the early days of 2023. Read the RockHealth Integrated Care Organization full article, where they recap Q3’s venture funding and public market activity, with an eye toward what these movements signal for the last quarter of the year.

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