Medtech Fundings for September 2016

Fundings in medical technology stand at $900 million for the month, led by the $345 million private placement by Insulet Corp., followed by the $168 million funding of Intarcia Therapeutics, the $86 million IPO of iRhythm Technologies, and the $75 million IPO of Obalon Therapeutics.

Below are the top fundings for the month thus far. Revisit this post (and refresh your browser) through September to see updates.

For the complete list of September 2016 fundings, see link.


Source: Compiled by MedMarket Diligence, LLC.

For a historical list of medtech fundings by month since 2009, see link.

The future of cardiovascular medicine

The MedMarket Diligence has published a global analysis and forecast of cardiovascular procedures, designed to be a resource for active participants or others with interest in the future of cardiovascular medicine and cardiovascular technologies.

See the press release on Medgadget.

Medtech fundings for August 2016

The top fundings for medical technology companies in August 2015 totaled a modest $335.1 million.

See the 2016 global reports:

Surgical Sealants, Glues, Hemostats, 2015-2022. details

Global Dynamics of Cardiovascular Surgical and Interventional Procedures, 2015–2022. details

Fundings for August 2016 were led by the $93 million funding of CVRx, followed by the $49 million funding of Auris Surgical Robots, and the $30 million funding of VytronUS. See link for the complete list.


For a comprehensive list of medtech fundings since 2009, see link.