Mobile health startups are targeting mental health, respiratory care, ophthalmology, and many other sectors in healthcare.
Healthcare is going mobile. Tech-savy physicians and hospitals alike are quickly realizing the need for continuous care management capabilities and the potential for mobile platforms to fundamentally change how care is delivered.
Nearly $7B was invested in digital health in 2016, and this year is on track to surpass $10B as the sector begins to expand into telemedicine via smartphone-connected medical devices. In mobile health specifically, startups are now connecting asthma inhalers (Propeller Health), EKGs (AliveCor), and glucose monitors (Glooko) to their own smartphone apps.
Below, we used the CB Insights platform to identify over 80 leading mobile health startups and the 12 categories within which they operate. All startups in the market map have received funding in the past 22 months. Scroll down to see the full list of companies in the graphic.