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Investing in healthcare technology companies has changed in several ways over the past year. For example, (1) venture capital investment is moving into the early stages, (2) IPOs are declining, and (3) M&A exits are increasing. Many of the factors driving changes across the market may also be influencing how and where healthcare technology companies’ investment capital is deployed.
These trends may also reflect a general shift towards lower-risk opportunities where quality indicators other than growth close deals. Companies seeking to capitalize on this change should identify how their innovation and business models demonstrate quality and emphasize these capabilities.
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