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Rock Health

A microventure capital firm in California that focuses on investing in digital health startups

Rock Health is a microventure capital firm in California that focuses on investing in digital health startups. Founded 2010 in San Francisco, California, United States by Halle Tecco and Nate Gross, it invests in early stage ventures, seed, series A, series B, series C, and other venture rounds. Its portfolio companies include Vivante Health, DrChrono, Virta, Podimetrics, and Augmedix. As of February 2020, Rock Health has made 99 investments. Their most recent investment was on October 3, 2019, when Natalist raised $5M. Rock Health has had 15 exits, the most notable of which include Mango Health, Kurbo by WW, and 1DocWay. Rock Health has raised a single venture fund, Seed-Stage Venture Fund III.

Portfolio companies

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Cohort
Founders

RockHealth 01/01/12

RockHealth 10/01/12

RockHealth 10/01/12

RockHealth 06/01/11

BrainBot

RockHealth 06/01/11

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Timeline

2010
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Funding Rounds Participated In

People

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Andy Warner

Investor

Anna Liu

Employee

Annie Case

Employee

Bradford Hively

Investor

Catherine Chang

Investor

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Bodyport

ClinCapture

Elemental Machines

Enzyme

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News

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Dave Muoio
October 7, 2021
FierceHealthcare
Third quarter reports from Rock Health and StartUp Health place digital health funding at $6.7 billion and health innovation funding at $9.7 billion, respectively. Both groups also highlighted increases in fundraising deal size as well as merger and acquisition volume.
Heather Landi
October 4, 2021
FierceHealthcare
Digital health startups focused on women's health care pulled in $1.3 billion in funding so far in 2021--nearly doubling all of 2020's funding with four months still left to go. The new wave of women's digital health funding is pushing beyond historical norms of pregnancy and fertility support to more comprehensive offerings, from primary care to chronic disease management and menopause, accord to a report from Rock Health.
Heather Landi
July 6, 2021
FierceHealthcare
Investors poured $14.7 billion into digital health companies so far in 2021, already outpacing all of 2020's record-breaking funding.
Heather Landi
June 17, 2021
FierceHealthcare
Well-known health tech entrepreneur Jonathan Bush has launched a new venture that aims to be a "Lego kit" for builders of digital health companies. Bush chatted with Fierce Healthcare about why the time was ripe to launch his second health tech company and how Zus Health will help digital health companies build and scale faster.
Heather Landi
April 5, 2021
FierceHealthcare
In the first quarter of 2021, investors doubled down on digital health, pouring $6.7 billion into the sector, making it the most-funded quarter to date, according to investment firm Rock Health. Here are four big trends in digital health funding during the quarter.
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