Funding for digital health companies reached $2.1 billion in the first half of 2015—just short of the $2.3 billion during the same time period during 2014’s record-breaking year—according to Rock Health, which funds and supports early stage healthcare companies.

Rock Health released its 2015 Midyear Report revealing that there were 139 deals in the first six months of the year with the average deal size pegged at more than $15 million, exceeding $14.6 million in 2014. The firm’s funding data only includes disclosed U.S. deals over $2 million.

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