Mercom Capital Group, a research and communications group, tracks global VC funding, mergers and acquisitions in the digital health area and notes a distinct slowing of activity, except for mobile health. They tracked $784 million in 142 deals in Q1 2015 compared to $1.2 billion in 134 deals in Q4 2014. Leading are consumer health companies with $437 million in 98 deals, then healthcare practice-centric companies, with $347 million in 44 deals–both dropping over $200 million each versus the previous quarter. Mobile health companies had $282 million in 56 deals; app companies accounted for $220 million. In transactions, mobile health led with $578 million, with UnderArmour’s acquisitions of MyFitnessPal and Endomondo. Since 2010, digital health companies have raised almost $10 billion. Mercom Capital release (the full study will run about $300-500). mHealthIntelligence notes that M&A activity is steadily rising in the healthcare sector. Also iHealthBeat.