Hot Investor Mandate 3: Corporate VC of Health Insurer Invests Strategically in Healthcare IT

12 Jan

A wholly owned venture arm subsidiary of a regional health insurance firm seeks to invest in technologies that are a strategic fit with members of the insurer’s network. The firm is flexible in terms of investment sizes and considers an array of capital structures including equity, convertible note, debt, and others. The firm typically co-invests with other investors but is open to leading a financing round. The firm is currently seeking new opportunities from across the US, while non-US opportunities may also be considered.

The firm is focused on opportunities in the following areas: Accountable Care Organizations, Consumer Solutions; Health Information Technology; and Behavioral Health. Potential examples may include consumer-facing patient engagement software, behavioral health technology, telemedicine, and B2B solutions that help healthcare organizations with decision making and financial planning. The firm is stage agnostic and would consider from pre-revenue to commercial-stage companies. Historically the firm has invested in patient monitoring system, EHR aggregation and analytics, and mobile health information platform.

The firm is seeking experienced, competent teams with disruptive innovations that are a strategic fit with its parent company’s network members. After investment, the firm typically requests a board seat or at least an observer position.

If you are interested in more information about this investor and other investors tracked by LSN, please email mandates@lifesciencenation.com

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