Healthcare is free in the second quarter and reaches $ 18 billion

• Despite the devastating effects of COVID-19 and the ongoing financial crisis, investments in healthcare are sustainable, according to a new report from CB Insights. Funding for the global healthcare sector reached new highs in the second quarter of $ 18.1 billion. Investment rates also rose 6.6% from the first quarter of 2020, the New York-based think tank said.

• However, some changes in the distribution of this currency have changed. In the United States, more money goes to businesses in the New York City area. This appears to be the norm for businesses in California and Silicon Valley, even as the digital health industry is attracting the attention of financial extremists, generating $ 5.8 billion in revenue over the decade, up to five, 22% fifteen%.

• Furthermore, the startup’s business model shows that it is in sharp decline. They accounted for 46% of all transactions in the second quarter. This corresponds to an increase of 48% in the first quarter, 51% in the fourth quarter of 2019, and 53% in the third quarter of last year.

The disease is endemic in the United States and elsewhere. Many retailers have filed for bankruptcy, many small businesses have taken action, or all are waiting for a refund. Connections and access between health professionals have declined over the past five years.

But to get started in the health sector, the situation is better.

According to a CB Insights survey, there were nearly 1,300 holdings in the healthcare sector in the second quarter of 2020. Numbers from an earlier study concluded that digital health care has a record half-life.

High-start technology attracts more money than others. The telemedicine business climbed to 154 transactions in the second quarter, a 23% increase from the first quarter and record numbers, according to CB Insights. However, the stock lost 18% quarterly and quarterly, but there was a link to 22 acquisitions, which also set a record.

Investments in professional and smart businesses increased 14% to $ 1.1 billion in the 15th quarter, although the company value was relatively unknown compared to the first quarter.

Investments in female entrepreneurship are falling rapidly, 47% in dollars from the first quarter. However, the volume of transactions increased by 20% to a total of 52%.

Many business leaders are now changing overseas. For example, Asia recorded investments of nearly $ 5 billion in the fifteenth quarter, up 98% compared to the first quarter of 2020. In Europe, too, growth was $ 2.3 billion and $ 1.5 billion billions of dollars. In North America, the number is stable, rising from $ 10.6 billion to $ 10.5 billion.

Although California remains the hub of US healthcare investment, with 66 transactions completed in the second quarter, the rate was down 14% from the first quarter. Meanwhile, business in the New York area remained stable at 47 for 15 minutes.