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hand with phone and graphics Does the lack of internet access affect the care that at-risk populations receive? Are the benefits of digital care limited by privilege? (Photo: Shutterstock)

Health care disruptors are betting the farm on digital health technology, and they have the funds to validate their enthusiasm. Investments in digital health startups came in at a staggering $8.1 billion at the end of 2018, marking an increase of 42 percent from 2017, according to Rock Health. While investments are slowly beginning to level out in 2019, analysts see this as a sign that the industry is maturing; not, as some thought, a signal of pending collapse.

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