Digital health deals and activities have seen a lot of traction recently in response to accelerated telehealth adoption and usage due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here are four digital health companies that recently filed initial public offerings:
2. Palantir Technologies, the data and analytics company that powers the coronavirus data reporting platform for HHS Protect, filed paperwork on Aug. 25 to go public. The company has a $26 billion valuation.
3. GoodRx, an online platform that offers users coupons for price cuts on prescription drugs, on Aug. 18 filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for a public offering of up to $100 million worth of shares.
4. Early-stage cancer detection startup Grail, which has investors including Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, in September filed to go public. Since launching in 2015, Grail has raised more than $2 billion.
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