- Startups have raised billions on the promise to disrupt healthcare.
- To win over investors, startups often present their business through the chipset.
- Here are the presentations Insider got that healthcare startups have used to raise millions.
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In the past few years, investors have bet billions on healthcare startups looking to disrupt the industry.
In 2021, healthcare startups raised $86 billion in venture capital, According to Silicon Valley Bank.
Gaining investors can be a lengthy process, and it often includes a slide show showing what the startup is doing, and where the company is headed.
Insider collected all of the presentations we’ve published that healthcare startups have used to raise money from investors.
Early on, startups sell to investors based on newly tested ideas often
When the founders of a startup offer investors before the first round or first round, they are not far off the ground.
Presentations can be helpful in outlining the approach a startup is taking or planning to take.
For example, check out the 13-slide presentation, Heart-health startup Miga Health that was used to raise $12 million in seed funding.
StationMD used this 14-slide presentation to raise $3.2 million for its approach to providing online care for people with disabilities.
Meanwhile, Koreys used a 15-slide presentation to raise $9 million for her approach to changing how we test for drug safety.
Others can use the presentations to share their new approaches, such as Vori, which raised $45 million for a former neurosurgeon’s approach to solving back pain in Americans.
Or 64x Bio, which raised $55 million for its new plan to address the bottleneck in gene therapy drugs.
The public health company raised $8 million from Verily and Venrock with this presentation that lays out a new approach to fighting disease outbreaks.
They can also show how a startup can stand out in a competitive field. Brightside used this presentation to break into a crowded field of mental health startups and convince enterprising investors to invest $24 million.
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Watch the 11-slide presentation that sold General Catalyst on a home lab test platform to a 21-year-old founder of Latin America
Watch the presentation of 17 slides, a small biotechnology being used to raise $47 million for a new way to fight cancer with nutrition
Watch the 15-slide presentation that the former Google employee used to raise $9 million for his new approach to home care
Here are the 17 slide show episodes that were used to raise $16.5 million for group counseling
Here’s the 23-slide presentation that a former Marie Claire editor-in-chief used to urge millennial men to invest in a startup that treats menopausal symptoms.
Watch the presentation that convinced 2 billionaires and Dr. Oz to invest in a new way to help doctors care for patients at home
This is the 29-slide presentation that a former Cigna executive used to raise $40 million to improve how low-income seniors receive health care.
Watch the 14-slide presentation, a member-only emergency care startup from Concierge used to raise $30 million in Series A funding
Here’s the 12-slide presentation that convinced health tech pioneers like Ann Wojcicki and Elad Gill to support a public health data analytics startup.
Watch the 16-slide presentation that a former Uber executive used to raise $25 million to tackle the growing home care market
Watch the 24-slide presentation the Mint founder used to sell investors and hospitals in his new emergency room management company
Watch the presentation that a serial entrepreneur used to raise $20 million from the Bessemer and Founders Fund for his solution for Americans with chronic pain
Watch the presentation of the microbiome startup that Seed Health used to raise $40 million
Watch the presentation a startup used to raise $3.7 million for an entirely new approach to helping millennials plan their own deaths
As per Series B, startups are looking for an opportunity to grow exponentially
With Series B rounds, startups collect higher sums with higher valuations. Often they are still early in their existence and are looking for ways to achieve success.
For example, Devoted Health raised $300 million at a valuation of $1.8 billion in 2018 before it signed any clients.
Women’s healthcare startup Tia used this 30-slide presentation to raise $100 million one year after losing all of its revenue “overnight” due to COVID-19. As part of the funding, Tia plans to use the funding to expand its personal clinics to new locations.
Swift Medical, a wound care imaging startup, used this presentation to raise $35 million in its B group. The funding could help the startup expand into more areas of wound care.
Meanwhile, tech startup Stellar Health raised $60 million from General Atlantic with this presentation with its approach to rewarding doctors for providing better care.
Watch the 13-slide presentation that biotech used to raise $120 million and write the next chapter in mRNA drugs
Watch the 24-Slide Planned Presentation Set a New Biotech Startup Just Used to Raise $175 Million to Develop Its Next Cancer Breakthrough
Watch the 29-slide outline presentation that a digital health startup used to raise an entire $24 million from hospital clients
Watch the 17-slide presentation that convinced Livongo’s Glenn Tolman to invest in a dermatology startup
Here is a 12-slide presentation that two academics used to sell investors in their startup for a virtual cognitive test
We got an exclusive look at the presentation that BrightInsight used to convince investors to bet $40 million it could help pharmaceutical giants go digital.
Alphabet’s venture capital arm has poured $140 million into a startup that wants to weed out dialysis giants like DaVita. We got the presentation that convinced CapitalG to support Strive Health.
Watch the presentation the doctor used to sell his vision of an entirely new way to test experimental drugs and win a $250 million valuation
Late stage rounds can give startups the fuel to scale up or prepare for their public debut
Presentations used to secure later rounds of funding can be used to show investors how far the startup is coming and what the future is.
Oftentimes, investors start looking different too, and startups can find themselves promoting asset managers or established companies in the industry, such as health insurance companies.
For example, Tiger Global and Blackstone have supported the launch of Medable Decentralized Trials in the D Series.
Tiger Global – along with health insurer Humana – has also backed home healthcare startup Dispatch Health in its D Series.
Insurance company Centene backed some of the later stage rounds, including Hazel Health’s Series C round and Vida Health’s $110 million round. The novice shared the presentation that helped him raise money toward a new vision for the toughest form of healthcare.
Cedar used her Series C presentation to plan the business she plans to tackle next.
Presentations at this point can help startups like Aledade get high ratings. Aledade raised $100 million in a round that valued the company at $2.1 billion.
Sometimes, if the founder is known, companies may get unwanted financing. This happened with Glen Tullman’s new startup Transcarent, which raised $200 million from a Series C round that valued the company at $1.62 billion.
Funding rounds, such as Moderna’s offer to investors in 2017, could come shortly before plans go public. Moderna debuted in 2018.
Here’s the 11-slide presentation Podimetrics used to get $45 million for its remote monitoring technology
Watch the 14-slide outline presentation that French biotech just used to raise $86 million to follow the development of one of the most important ideas in cancer research.
Watch the 24-slide presentation set that the biotech CEO first used to raise $120 million to develop cell therapies to treat blindness
Watch the 24-slide outline presentation of a biotech startup used to sell investors on a new approach to artificial intelligence in medicine and raise $110 million
Watch the 14-slide presentation that convinced ICONIQ and Sequoia to lead a $140 million investment in a startup focused on treating metabolic conditions
We got an exclusive look at the presentation that telehealth startup Hazel used to raise $33.5 million and persuade a major health insurer to bet on improving the way children get healthcare.
This promotion helped telehealth startup Heal raise $100 million and win a major partnership with healthcare giant Humana. Here’s how the deal was reached.
Watch the 39-slide presentation Moderna used to lure investors into its path to becoming the most sought-after biotech company.
Watch the chipset that helped Deep Genomics convince SoftBank and Khosla to bet on AI-focused biotech startups