In­vestors aren't back­ing fer­til­i­ty star­tups like they used to — part of dig­i­tal health's re­set

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Fund­ing for star­tups that sell re­pro­duc­tive and ma­ter­nal health ser­vices to em­ploy­ers slumped af­ter a pan­dem­ic-era spike.

The to­tal fund­ing for these star­tups fell to $54 mil­lion in 2023 com­pared to $65.5 mil­lion in 2019, ac­cord­ing to da­ta ob­tained by End­points News from Rock Health. The re­search and ven­ture firm tracks com­pa­nies that have raised at least $2 mil­lion in ven­ture cap­i­tal and meet its de­f­i­n­i­tion of dig­i­tal health, or com­pa­nies that build and sell tech, in­clud­ing com­pa­nies that are paired with a ser­vice as long as tech is part of that ser­vice.

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