The Digital Health Market
Here are some excerpts from the brochure that is published by EU funded GET project:
GET Funded: A Practical Guide for Digital Health SMEs
The brochure discusses in detail the ways to be funded by healthcare IT companies:
As of January 2015, the Health 2.0 Source Database recorded a total of 3,271 companies, with 1,701 companies (52%) offering consumer facing products and services, 895 (27%) companies offering professional facing products and services, 293 (9%) companies facilitating patient-provider communication, and 382 (12%) companies working on data, analytics, and exchange. These numbers represent a 31% growth in the Database from last year with each category growing as follows: consumer facing (33%), professional facing (17%), patient-provider communication (45%), and data, analytics, and exchange (57%).
- European investment in digital health versus the US: difference between the US and the EU investment climate.
- Funding startups : Stakeholder approach (What values are shared between funder and funded).
- Lessons learned from investors:
The EU funded GET project delivers four high-impact services to digital Health SMEs and entrepreneurs in order to boost their growth and move them to the next level of competitiveness. The Get Funded service is designed for SMEs looking for follow up funding (typically between 0.5-2M€) and provides them with training, resources and networking opportunities with investors at the European level. The Get Funded practical guide was written for them as a key resource mixing experts interviews, lessons learned from GET Funded event and a comprehensive investors' list.
Download: GET Funded: A Practical Guide for Digital Health SMEs (.pdf, 1.709 KB).
About GET project
The GET project delivers four high-impact services to eHealth SMEs and entrepreneurs in order to boost their growth and move them to the next level of competitiveness. Each life-transforming service has been designed to provide cross-border value to a different target group of companies. The project offers training, mentoring, market intelligence, support and, above all, quality contacts, through a range of events and repository.
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