Digital health funding had a wild ride through the first half of 2020—first hitting a record $3.1B in Q1, then hitting the brakes in April as COVID-19 spread rapidly around the globe. Despite this downswing, investors came roaring back in May as several regulatory and reimbursement barriers to digital health adoption were brushed aside in a rush to keep healthcare systems operational in the midst of the pandemic.
Hear directly from healthcare investors Kaiser Permanente Ventures and Bessemer Venture Partners, along with leading digital health strategic counsel Fenwick as they look back on the past six months and look forward to the future of the market. Join the live conversation and hear Rock Health's latest research on H1 funding as Managing Director & CEO Bill Evans shares some surprising insights about fundraising in the midst of a pandemic and recession.
Liz Rockett - Director, Kaiser Permanente Ventures (@liz_rockett)
Steve Kraus - Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners (@stephenkraus)
Michael Esquivel - Partner, Fenwick (@mtesquivel)