Digital health funding reached $2.3 billion in the first half of 2014--an unprecedented level of venture capital exceeding the 2013 total--according to Rock Health, which funds and supports early stage healthcare companies.

"Not only are there more companies receiving funding, but the average deal sizes are also up to $15.6M compared to last year’s $10.0M," writes Teresa Wang, strategy manager at Rock Health, in a blog. "This explosive growth in digital health funding represents 168 percent year-over-year growth."

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