Health and Biotech Pitch Decks that have raised millions of investors

  • Startups have raised billions on the promise of stopping healthcare.
  • To win investors, startups often present their businesses through a slideshow.
  • Here are presentations obtained by Insider that healthcare startups have used to raise millions.

In recent years, investors have bet billions on healthcare startups that seek to revolutionize the industry.

In 2021, healthcare startups raised $86 billion in venture capital, according to Silicon Valley Bank.

Getting investors can be a long process and often involves a slideshow that shows what the startup does and where the company is going.

Insider has gathered all the presentations we’ve published that healthcare startups have used to raise money from investors.

At first, startups sell investors often recently tested ideas

When startup founders pitch investors ahead of a seed round or Series A, they haven’t gotten very far.

Presentations can be useful in defining the approach the startup is taking or plans to take.

For example, StationMD used this 14 slide presentation to raise $3.2 million for its approach to providing online care to people with disabilities.

And Quris used this 15 slide presentation to raise $9 million for its approach to changing the way we test drug safety.

Meanwhile, 100plus has raised $25 million in seed funding from investors, including two billionaires and Dr. Oz for their approach to remote patient monitoring.

Others can use the presentations to share their new approaches, like Vori, who raised $45 million for a former neurosurgeon’s approach to solving Americans’ back pain.

Or 64x Bio, which has raised $55 million for its new plan to address a bottleneck in the manufacture of gene therapy drugs.

And the Public Health Company raised $8 million from Verily and Venrock with this presentation showcasing a new approach to fighting disease outbreaks.

They can also show how a startup can excel in a competitive field. Brightside used this presentation to break through a crowded field of mental health startups and convince VCs to invest $24 million.

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Here’s the 23-slide presentation that a former editor-in-chief of Marie Claire used to get millennial men to invest in a startup that treats menopausal symptoms.

Here’s the 29-slide presentation that a former Cigna executive used to raise $40 million to improve the way low-income seniors receive health care.

See a 14-slide presentation of a members-only concierge emergency care startup used to raise $30 million in Series A funding

Here’s the 12-slide presentation that convinced health tech giants like Anne Wojcicki and Elad Gil to support a public health data analytics startup

See the 16-slide presentation that a former Uber executive used to raise $25 million to tackle the growing home care market

This 10 slide presentation convinced NEA, a leading venture capital firm, to invest $20 million in its first clinical operations startup

See the 24-slide presentation the Mint founder used to sell investors and hospitals on his new ER management startup

See the presentation a serial entrepreneur used to raise $20 million from the Bessemer and Founders Fund for their solution for Americans living with chronic pain

See the presentation that microbiome startup Seed Health used to raise $40 million

See the presentation a startup used to raise $3.7 million for a whole new approach to helping millennials plan their deaths

In Series B, startups look for a chance to grow big

In their Series B rounds, startups are raising higher sums with higher valuations. Often, they are still at the beginning of their existence and are looking for ways to grow.

For example, Devoted Health raised $300 million on a $1.8 billion valuation in 2018, before signing any clients.

Women’s health startup Tia used this 30-slide presentation to raise $100 million a year after losing all of its revenue ‘overnight’ to COVID-19. As part of the funding, Tia plans to use the funding to expand its in-person clinics into new locations.

Swift Medical, a wound care imaging startup, used this presentation to raise $35 million for its Series B. The funding could help the startup expand into more areas of wound care.

Meanwhile, tech startup Stellar Health raised $60 million from General Atlantic with this presentation with its approach to rewarding doctors for providing better care.

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See the 24-slide pitch deck a new biotech startup used to raise $175 million to develop the next cancer breakthrough

See the 29-slide pitch deck a digital health startup used to raise $24 million entirely from its hospital customers

See the 17 slide presentation that convinced Livongo’s Glen Tullman to invest in a dermatology startup

Here is the 12 slide presentation that two academics used to sell investors in their virtual cognitive testing startup

We get an exclusive look at the presentation BrightInsight used to convince investors to bet $40 million that it can help pharma giants go digital

Alphabet’s venture capital arm just invested $140 million in a startup that wants to take down dialysis giants like DaVita. We got the pitch deck that convinced CapitalG to support Strive Health.

See the pitch deck a doctor used to sell his vision for a whole new way to test experimental drugs and earn a $250 million valuation

Late-stage rounds can give startups the fuel to scale or prepare for a public debut.

Presentations used to secure later rounds of funding can be used to show investors how far the startup has come and what lies ahead.

Investors often start to look different too, and startups can find themselves pitching asset managers or industry operators such as health insurers.

For example, Tiger Global and Blackstone supported decentralized testing startup Medable on its Series D.

Tiger Global – alongside health insurer Humana – has also supported home healthcare startup Dispatch Health in its Series D.

Insurer Centene has supported a few later-stage rounds, including Hazel Health’s Series C and Vida Health’s $110 million round. The rookie shared the presentation that helped her raise funds for a new vision for the toughest kind of health.

And Cedar used its Series C presentation to introduce the businesses it plans to tackle next.

Presentations at this stage can help startups like Aledade in high valuations. Aldade raised $100 million in a round that valued the company at $2.1 billion.

Sometimes, if the founder is well known, companies can even get unsolicited funding. That happened with Glen Tullman’s new startup Transcarent, which raised a $200 million Series C round that valued the company at $1.62 billion.

Financing rounds, such as Moderna’s 2017 investor presentation, could take place shortly before the IPO plans. Moderna made its public debut in 2018.

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See the 24-slide pitch deck that a first-time biotech CEO used to raise $120 million to develop cellular therapies to cure blindness

See the 24-slide pitch deck of a biotech startup used to sell investors a new approach to AI in medicine and raise $110 million

See the 14-slide presentation that convinced ICONIQ and Sequoia to lead a $140 million investment in a startup focused on treating metabolic diseases

We took an exclusive look at the presentation telehealth startup Hazel used to raise $33.5 million to convince a major health insurer to bet on changing the way children receive health care.

This pitch deck helped telehealth startup Heal raise $100 million and gain a major partnership with healthcare giant Humana. Here’s how the business came to be.

See the 39-slide presentation Moderna used to win investors on its way to becoming the hottest biotech company

See the slideshow that helped Deep Genomics convince SoftBank and Khosla to bet on the AI-focused biotech startup

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