Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) is showing less interest in digital health nowadays.
The prominent VC went from participating in 20 deals (worth $2.8B in total) in 2021 to just 10 deals (worth $341M) in 2022. In 2023 so far, the firm has only participated in 3 digital health deals (worth $120M).
Andreessen Horowitz’s reduced digital health investment reflects a more challenging funding environment for startups — with investors far less inclined to back mid- and late-stage deals at the sky-high valuations that were common during 2021’s funding boom.
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