E-Book | 2/1/2023

Coming of Age: Women’s Health Maturing in the Digital Era

In many ways, 2022 was a milestone year for Women’s Digital Health. While digital health venture funding overall faced strong headwinds this past year, funding for women’s health startups represented a larger percentage of the pie than ever before – 13.26%. Women’s Digital Health (often referred to as “FemTech” – though we disfavor the word, for many reasons including marginalizing and diminishing the value of the space) features digital health solutions designed to support women’s health. Spurred in part by rapid uptake of telehealth and digital solutions during COVID-19, these products have gained considerable traction and are expected to reach a valuation of $100 billion by 2030. Such success was also achieved in the face of women’s health privacy concerns and legal questions following the landmark Dobbs ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court, which stripped women of the federal protection to abortion rights.
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