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Health Tech Faves & Investment Trends from Innovation Insiders

Health Tech Faves & Investment Trends from Innovation Insiders

Health tech investment raced ahead in 2020, with the number of financings making a steep ascent again at the end of the first quarter this year. We’re bringing together innovation insiders from different corners of health tech investment—from accelerators to VCs and CVCs—to debate the most significant new health technologies and healthcare market gaps, discuss strategic shifts over the past year, and share their view on the ways the pandemic shifted their perspective on healthcare’s digital transformation timeline as well as implications for key players and segments in the mid- and long-term. Join us for a lively discussion!


  • What to expect from the health tech investment in the mid- and long-term
  • Differences in investment perspectives from provider to VC or CVC
  • Biggest opportunities for innovation
  • Most promising technologies in healthcare

Trends in health tech investments -- Funding the Future of Health, distributed through Deloitte Insights, outlines the latest trends in investing in health techs and includes insight from 15 health tech investors. One item to note is that investments in health techs have nearly doubled since last year due to COVID-19. See report here:



Peter MiccaNational Health Tech Leader, DELOITTE


Keith FiglioliGeneral Partner, LRVHealth

Michelle SnyderPartner, McKesson Ventures

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