All the digital health funding MobiHealthNews covered in 2015

By Aditi Pai
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In 2015, MobiHealthNews wrote about 208 funding deals that totaled $2.39 billion. While a majority of the funding announcements were positioned as equity deals, a small percentage of the rounds also included debt, securities, or options.

Read on for a list of all the funding MobiHealthNews wrote about in 2015, along with links to each. For a more comprehensive picture of digital health funding, check out Rock Health's 2015 report, which tracked $4.3 billion this year, or StartUp Health's report, which tracked $5.8 billion. We also expect Health 2.0's 2015 funding report to be published once the year has actually ended.

Here are the top 10 largest funding deals in digital health that we wrote about this year:

ZocDoc, a mobile and online appointment booking platform, raised $130 million. More
Virgin Pulse, an employee wellness platform, raised $92 million. More
Collective Health, a software company that helps small employers transition to self-funded plans, raised $81 million. More
23andMe, a mail-order personal genetics service and research company, raised $115 million. More
One Medical Group, a concierge healthcare provider, raised $65 million. More
Grand Rounds, a company that works with consumers and employers to match patients with specialist doctors and helps provide second opinions, raised $55 million. More
TigerText, a healthcare-focused secure messaging company, raised $50 million. More
Doctor On Demand, a video visits company, raised $50 million. More
PillPack, virtual pharmacy, raised $50 million. More
MDLive, a telemedicine company, raised $50 million. More

Deals between $20 million and $49 million:

Omada Health, a health management company, raised $48 million. More
Evariant, physician marketing and engagement company, raised $42.3 million. More
Vitals, a physician rating site, raised $41 million. More
Quyi, medical app developer, raised $40 million. More
Advance Health, a company that makes mobile patient data capture software for managed care providers, raised $40 million. More
Modernizing Medicine, a mobile-based electronic medical record company, raised $38 million. More
Collective Health, a software as a service offering that helps companies that have 100 or more employees transition to a self funded insurance plan. More
Athos, a health sensing apparel company, raised $35.5 million. More
Lyra Health, a behavioral health-focused startup, raised $35 million. More
Scanadu, a company designing a multi-function home health device, $35 million. More
PokitDok, a company designing healthcare price comparison tool and API-based tools for healthcare developers, raised $34 million. More
Headspace, a meditation app that aims to help users with stress, focus, and anxiety, raised $34 million. More
Oscar, a small New York City-based health insurer noted for its individual focus and digital health savvy, raised $32.5 million. More
HealthiestYou, which offers a health app through employers, raised $30 million. More
Aledade, a tech-enabled accountable care company, raised $30 million. More
Iora Health, a healthcare provider, raised $28 million. More
Sharecare, the health and wellness engagement platform founded by WebMD founder Jeff Arnold and television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz, raised $20 million. More
Jiff, an employee health benefits platform, raised $23.3 million. More
MD Revolution, a mobile chronic care management system, raised $23 million. More
WellDoc
, which has developed a mobile-enabled diabetes management offering, raised $22 million. More
Welltok, the health management company that makes the CafeWell Health Optimization Platform, raised $21.3 million. More
DoctoLib, a French doctor booking startup, raised $20 million. More
Novu, its app-enabled wellness program, which it offers to payors, providers, and employers, raised $20 million. More
Livongo Health, the diabetes management company launched last fall by former Allscripts CEO Glen Tullman, raised $20 million. More
EarlySense, an Israeli company which makes a passive and contactless bedside monitor that continuously measures respiration rate, heart rate, and motion, raised $20 million. More
Ginger.io, a health behavior monitoring and analytics startup, raised $20 million. More
Hello, which offers a sleep tracking, bedside orb, Sense, raised $20 million. More

Deals between $10 million and $20 million:

Amino, a new company that aims to use big data to help match consumers with the best doctor for them, launched $19.4 million. More
CareSync, a care coordination platform, raised $18 million. More
Glooko, which offers a diabetes management system, raised $16.5 million. More
3D4Medical, which has developed apps for medical education and fitness, raised $16.4 million. More
Augmedix, which has developed a Google Glass clinical documentation offering for physicians, raised $16 million. More
Spruce, a direct-to-consumer remote dermatology care service, raised $15 million. More
Crossover Health, a patient engagement offering, raised $15 million. More
Noom, wellness app maker, raised $16.1 million. More
Vidyo, a videoconferencing company that works with healthcare stakeholders, raised a $10 million. More
Pager, which offers an app consumers can use to request in-person physician house calls, raised $14 million. More
Lumity, a data-driven benefits management company, raised $14 million. More
MDsave, a medical procedure payment service, raised $12 million. More
Goqii, a health coaching service, raised $13.4 million. More
Carena, which offers a video visit service for health systems, raised $13.3 million. More
Stride Health, which helps people shopping for health insurance on the open exchanges by providing a more advanced search engine, raised $13 million. More
Cureatr, which has developed a mobile care coordination offering, raised $13 million. More
Validic, a health data platform company, raised $12.5 million. More
Whoop, a Boston-based wearable company working on a device for athletes, raised $12 million. More
Welltok, the health management company that makes the CafeWell Health Optimization Platform, raised $12 million. 
goBalto,which offer a software-as-a-service clinical research platform, raised $12 million. More
AbilTo, a behavioral health startup, raised $12 million. More
SOLS, maker of 3D printed insoles, raised $11.1 million. More
PinpointCare, which offers its web-based program that helps doctors create, customize, and track care plans for patients, raised $11 million. More
TytoCare, a digital health device company, raised $11 million. More
InteraXon, which offers a smartphone-connected brainwave sensing device, raised $11 million. More
Pager, which offers an app consumers can use to request in-person physician house calls, raised $10.4 million. More
Datu Health, which offers a health monitoring platform that allows providers to keep track of patients, raised $10 million. More
PatientPop, which offers a marketing service that doctors can use to grow their practice, raised $10 million. More
Lumo Bodytech, which offers posture and activity tracking devices, raised $10 million. More
Senseonics, which offers continuous glucose monitor device maker, raised $10 million. More
DocPlanner, which offers a service that helps consumers find and book appointments with providers, raised $10 million. More
Voalte, which offers a suite of smartphone-based communication tools to nurses and other hospital caregivers, raised $10 million. More
Sano Intelligence, which is quietly developing a health-sensing wearable, raised $10.25 million. More
GNS Healthcare, which has developed an analytics tool for precision medicine and population health, raised $10 million. More
Mazlo, which has developed an online behavior change coaching service, raised $10 million. More

Deals between $5 million and $10 million:

SwipeSense, a smart hand hygiene sensor-maker, raised $9.6 million. More
Talkspace, which offers therapy sessions via the web and mobile devices, raised $9.5 million. More
DynoSense, which has developed a mobile-enabled sensor that tracks a number of vital signs and other health biometrics, raised $9.4 million. More
MyTime, a general appointment booking service, raised $9.25 million. More
meQuilibrium, which has developed a mobile stress management program, raised $9 million. More
Atheer Labs, maker of an augmented reality headset that it is working to get into the hands of clinicians, raised $8.8 million. More
Joyable, which offers an online cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and coaching program for social anxiety, raised $8 million. More
PatientPing, a company that alerts doctors when patients are admitted elsewhere, raises $8 million. More
InfoBionic, a remote patient monitoring comapny, raised $8 million. More
Informed Data Systems, which developed a One Drop mobile diabetes management platform, raised $8 million. More
DigiSight Technologies, a California-based company currently focused on mobile apps for ophthalmology, raised $7.8 million. More
SocialWellth, maker of white label digital health and wellness offerings for payers, providers, and employers, raised $7.5 million. More
Clue, which has developed a women's health app, raised $7 million. More
Sleepace, which has developed a sleep tracking device, raised $7 million. More
Owlet Baby Care, a tech startup developing smart socks for monitoring infants' vital signs, raised $7 million. More
Voalte, which offers a suite of smartphone-based communication tools to nurses and other hospital caregivers, raised $7 million. More
Peak, a brain training app maker, raised $7 million. More
Human API, which offers providers an infrastructure they can use to create a health platform that enables a group of patients to share data with their caregivers, raised $6.6 million. More
Icebreaker Health, a relatively new telemedicine startup, raised $6.6 million. More
Science 37, a mobile clinical trials company, raised $6.5 million. More
Smart Vision Labs, which has developed a smartphone-based autorefractor for vision testing, raised $6.1 million. More
Zest Health, a company that helps people view and understand their health benefits, raised $6 million. More
MediSafe, a medication adherence app company, raised $6 million. More
Lemonade Lab, a fitness tracking company, raised $5.8 million. More
RxWiki, which offers a medication encyclopedia written and edited by pharmacists as well as tools to help community pharmacists to communicate with consumers, raised $5.7 million. More
Kindara, which offers fertility tracking tools, raised $5.3 million. More
Figure 1, which offers a photo sharing app for doctors, raised $5 million. More
MyHealthTeams, which offers niche social network for people with various medical conditions, raised $5 million. More
TinyRx, a prescription delivery service, raised $5 million. More
CliniCloud, a smartphone connected medical kit company, raised $5 million. More
Your.MD, which has developed a health management app that includes a symptom checker, raised $5 million. More
Modernizing Medicine, maker of a mobile-based electronic health record, raised $5 million. More
Fitmob, a fitness app company, raised $5 million. More
Trialbee, a clinical trial recruitment companyl, raised $5 million. More
Heal, which has developed an app that helps people request a doctor to visit their house, raised $5 million. More
Doctena, a mobile appointment booking service based in Luxembourg, raised $5 million. More

Deals between $1 million and $5 million:

mySugr, a diabetes app company, raised $4.8 million. More
Skulpt, which has developed a smartphone-connected device that measures a user's body fat percentage  and muscle quality, raised $4.1 million. More
Picwell, which helps consumers choose a health plan, raised $4 million. More
Sproutling, a company that has developed a wearable sleep sensor for babies, raised $4 million. More
Caremerge, makers of a care coordination software for seniors in assisted living facilities, raised $4 million. More
Heal, which has developed an app that helps people send a doctor to their house, raised $3.7 million. More
Dispatch Health, which developed a doctor house call service, raised $3.6 million. More
BaseHealth, a health data platform company, raised $3.6 million. More
Redox, a company founded by former Epic engineers that makes an API for integrating software with EHRs, raised $3.5 million. More
Bright.md, a telemedicine company for non-acute care that uses a software called SmartExam to minimize the time required of its physicians, raised $3.5 million. More
ShopWell, which offers a nutrition app, raised $3.4 million. More
SkinVision, an Amsterdam-based dermatology app company, raised $3.4 million. More
Gauss Surgical, a company that offers surgeons and their teams FDA-cleared apps that help track blood loss, raised $3.3 million. More
Leaf Healthcare, a wireless patient monitoring company, raised $3.3 million. More
MedZed, which offers a doctor house call service that allows providers to remotely connect with their patients with the help of a caregiver, raised $3.2 million. More
Ovuline, a women’s health app provider, raised $3.2 million. More
Lyra Health, which is developing a platform to identify people with behavioral health conditions, raised $3.1 million. More
Solera Health, which offers a software as a service platform for managing chronic disease prevention programs, raised $3 million. More
TuringSense, a company currently developing a wearable sensor for tennis players, raised $3 million. More
Limelight Health, which has developed a white-labeled health insurance quoting app, raised $3 million. More
Adherium Limited, a New Zealand company working on a smart inhaler, raised $25.6 million. More
Medfusion, a patient portal company that was acquired by Intuit and then bought back again by its original owner, raised $3 million. More
Monica Healthcare, a UK-based fetal monitor maker, raised $3 million. More
Circle Medical, which has developed a doctor house call app, raised $2.9 million. More
Ava, a fertility tracking system company, raised $2.6 million. More
Valencell, which embeds its health and medical sensors in some wearable devices, most notably in sensor-equipped headphones, raised $2.6 million. More
ePatientFinder, a clinical trial recruitment company, raised $2.6 million. More
Seamless Medical Systems, which has developed a digital patient registration offering, raised $2.5 million. More
LabStyle Innovations, maker of a smartphone-connected glucometer called Dario, raised $2.5 million. More
BrainScope, which has developed mobile, non-invasive devices that help medical professionals assess Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), raised $2.5 million. More
Ayogo, which has developed a patient engagement offering, raised $2.5 million. More
Conversa Health, which makes a digital patient engagement platform, raised $2.5 million. More
Klara, a dermatology remote care company, raised $2.5 million. More
Skipta, which oversees social media communities for medical specialties, raised $2.5 million. More
Smartlink Mobile Systems, a patient engagement company, raised $2.5 million. More
Health Gorilla, a company that just released a clinical communication platform, raised $2.4 million. More
Wellbe, which offers a web-based patient coordination software, raised $2.4 million. More
SoloHealth, a health kiosk company, raised $2.4 million. More
Virtuagym, a mobile fitness coaching system, raised $2.3 million. More
Eligible, which offers an API that other health tech companies use to add a streamlined insurance eligibility check feature for doctors and patients, raised $2.3 million. More
Chiron Health, a telemedicine company, raised $2.3 million. More
Sherpaa, a digital healthcare service, raised $2.25 million. More
Sense.ly, a "virtual nurse" company that spun out of mobile operator Orange in 2013, raised $2.2 million. More
HealthCrowd, a patient outreach business, raised $2.1 million. More
Medical Memory, which offers a tablet-based app that records office visits so that patients can have access to post-discharge instructions online, raised $2.1 million. More
The Right Place, a care coordination company, raised $2 million. More
Curely, which has developed a telehealth app that allows patients to ask physicians health and wellness questions, raised $2 million. More
drchrono, which offers a mobile EHR, raised $2 million. More
MocaCare, which has developed a device that tracks cardiovascular health, raised $2 million. More
Joyable, a social anxiety coaching program, raised $2 million. More
Clue, a women’s health company, raised $2 million. More
Eko Devices, smartphone-enabled stethoscope company, raised $2 million. More
SmartSpot, which has developed an interactive video-based offering for gyms that instructs members how to work out properly, raised $1.85 million. More
1DocWay, a telepsychiatry network, raised $1.7 million. More
mPulse Mobile, which offers secure messaging tools to healthcare companies, raised $1.7 million. More
ChartSpan, a mobile PHR company, raised $1.7 million. More
Force Therapeutics, a mobile-based physical therapy offering, raised $1.7 million. More
Cortrium, a connected health tracking company, raised $1.6 million. More
Kura MD, a telehealth company, raised $1.5 million. More
Savonix, a new startup working on creating a neurocognitive assessment app, raised $1.5 million. More
Moff, a fitness wearable maker, raised $1.3 million. More
Hello Heart, a health app maker, raised $1.3 million. More
PediaQ, an app-based pediatric house call service, raised $1.2 million. More
CareDox, a mobile medical record system, raised $1.2 million. More
Iagnosis, parent company of virtual visit skin care company DermatologistOnCall, raised $1.2 million. More
SeamlessMD, a company that has developed an engagement tool for surgery patients, raised $1.1 million. More
Pacify, a telehealth startup, raised $1.1 million. More
iGetBetter, a company that aims to reduce hospital readmissions through remote patient monitoring and post-discharge patient engagement, raised $1.1 million. More
eVisit, a telehealth company, raised $1 million. More
CarePredict, a company focused on aging in place technology service that helps caregivers keep tabs on the wellbeing of older family members, raised $1 million. More
CareLinx, which offers a service to connect seniors with caregivers, raised an additional $1 million. More
MedaCheck, a company that sells a dedicated medication reminder tablet for seniors, raised $1.1 million. More
Gozio Health, which offers a patient-facing indoor wayfinding app to hospitals, raised $1 million. More
Lift Digital, which offers a live, online video-based fitness training program, raised $1 million. More
Health Recovery Solutions, a patient engagement company, raised $1 million. More
Talkspace, which offers therapy sessions via the web and mobile devices, raised $1 million. More

Deals under $1 million and undisclosed:

Carre Technologies, which makes health-sensing apparel for medical monitoring, raised about $960,000. More
VitalMedicals, a Google Glass app maker, raised $925,000. More
CareDox, a mobile medical record system, raised $900,000. More
SkyMD, which has developed a telemedicine service for providers to use with their patients, raised $800,000. More
Conceivable, a women’s health app maker, has raised $800,000. More
Pear Sports, an activity tracking and audio coaching company, raised $821,000. More
Elli Health, a symptom checker and virtual visit service, raised $774,000. More
myHealthPal, a Parkinson’s monitoring app, raised $744,000. More
Orb Health, a health data exchange program, raised $650,000. More
Medocity care coordination company raised $650,000. More
ID Guardian, which developed a health-sensing teddy bear, raised $400,000. 
BurstIQ, a data aggregation company, raised $250,000. More
Chrono Therapeutics, a company working on a new wearable for smoking cessation and drug delivery, raised $100,000. More
Cox Enterprises invested in Rimidi, which has developed diabetes management and population health software. More
Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) invested in Sharecare, the health and wellness engagement platform founded by WebMD founder Jeff Arnold and television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz,  to create new patient engagement offerings. More
Fairview Health invested in telemedicine company Zipnosis. More
Rock Health has invested in three companies: telepsychiatry service 1DocWay, provider analytics company Arsenal Health, and wearable technology maker Caeden. More
European investors 
have invested in dacadoo, which offers an employee wellness platform. More
McKesson Ventures invested in ClearCare for its cloud-based home care platform. More
Thiel Foundation's Breakout Labs invested in stress tracking company Neumitra. More
5AM Ventures invested in for drug-software combo products. More
Teva Pharmaceutica
reportedly invested in American Well for its video visits service. More