Hot Investor Mandate: Health System Forms Venture Unit to Invest in Innovative Medtech

25 Jul

A large US health system established an investment unit designed to achieve venture class returns through direct investments in innovative healthcare companies. In 2019 the firm closed a second $150 million venture and growth equity fund.  Typical equity allocations range from $8-15 million over the life of a company. The firm is looking primarily for opportunities across the US, and the firm would consider international companies with strong US advocacy and technology that can be deployed to the US market.

The firm is looking for innovative medical technologies that are in line with the organization’s mission to improve quality and convenience, lower cost and improve health outcomes. Examples may include patient management systems for healthcare providers, home care systems, or monitoring devices for chronic disease management. The firm typically works with mature companies with revenue, consumer traction, or some validation on their technology.

The firm is looking for solid management teams that show track records of success. The firm provides healthcare system expertise to portfolio companies to refine existing solutions, while expanding their adoption within and beyond its healthcare system. The firm is open to investing as a lead or co-investing along a syndicate.

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