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Top venture capital most active in E-Health


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BY : Diego GutiérrezAugust Tue, 2016
We have recently learned that Apple has bought Glimpse, a personal health data platform with which users or patients can collect, personalise and share an image of their health data. This company was founded in 2012 and in 2014 received an investment round of 800,000$ in which GV, Matt Monahan and Sherpa Capital participated and which was necessary to give it the necessary liquidity to be able to develop its product.
Do you think your company would also need venture capital? Here are the 3 most active investors since 2014.

List of most active investors since 2014

venture capital e-health

 

Rock Health

 Founded in 2010, it is a venture capital firm focused on early-stage digital health investments.

Investments are typically in the region of 250K, as well as providing strategic and operational support and access to partners, medical academies and medical centres.

Among its latest investments is Elemental Machine, a company that helps accelerate scientific discovery through cloud-based software and machine learning. The company enables the collection and visualisation of critical data about the physical environment that can influence its experiments.

Although this venture capital is mainly focused on early stage companies, it has also participated in more advanced rounds such as $48M closed in 2015 in the company Omada Healtha company that develops web technology for the health sector.

 

Khosla Ventures

 Unlike Rock Health, Khosla Ventures is not only focused on e-health investments. Khosla invests in technology companies in different fields: environment, ICT, health, mobility...

One niche in which Khosla has been very active has been in the internet of things applied to healthcare. Among the companies in this area in which Khosla has invested are: AstroPrint,Biobots,BioFab, CreoPop, Grom, MarketBot, Pinshape.

In addition, Khosla has previously invested in Spain in other sectors such as mobility.

Qualcomm Ventures

 Founded in 2000, it has made more than 232 investments in technology companies in various sectors.

Last year Novartis launched a fund together with Qualcomm Ventures, to drive new technologies in the digital domain with the potential to change medical practice and improve patients' lives.

Among the companies in which Qualcomm has invested are: Common Sensing, a device to help diabetics manage their disease, and Welltok, which offers users personalised information and incentives to improve their health and habits.

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