Point32Health Ventures manages both direct investments in emerging technologies and innovative companies as well as investments in health-focused venture capital funds.
Minority Interest – The U.S. is multicultural, but health care isn’t. SameSky Health is on a mission to change that. The company drives patients to take action through a patient engagement platform powered by its unparalleled diversity engine. SameSky Health will go the extra mile, using a customized combination of outreach channels until even the patients most difficult to reach take action. They deliver the highest impact for the lowest cost. Their approach is a custom blend of A/B testing, behavioral science, data analytics and insights from our team of culture specialists. SameSky Health understands people, culture, the impact of social determinants and how to wield that data to create measurable results for their clients.
Minority Interest – Good Measures combines the expertise of registered dietitians with state-of-the art digital technology to help people make healthy lifestyle changes that prevent or better manage health conditions. By taking the approach that food can be medicine, Good Measures works with members to help them build and sustain new habits around food, physical activity, and self-care. Using the Good Measures Index, people get a dynamic number that gives them feedback on how well their recent food choices meet their nutrition targets. The Good Measures app includes culturally appropriate menus that tailor meal and snack suggestions to each person’s individual needs.
Minority Interest – MyHealthMath is an insurtech firm that pioneered a uniquely personalized approach to helping people choose their benefits. Their focus on individual support, education, and transparent data builds trust, so people follow their guidance, make a change, and better protect their health and finances. Based in Portland, Maine, MyHealthMath has direct and SaaS clients throughout the U.S.
Venture Fund Investment – Flare Capital Partners is a team of proven health care technology venture capital investors known for their strategic industry resources, insight and total commitment to the success of its entrepreneurs. Investments include Aetion, Bright Health, Circulation, ClearDATA, Curisium, Evolent Health, HealthReveal, Health Verity, Iora Health, Rock Health, VisitPay and Welltok.
Venture Fund Investment – .406 Ventures is a Boston-based early stage venture capital firm investing in health care and enterprise technology companies founded by visionary entrepreneurs. .406 Ventures was founded in 2005 and has over $1B under management across six funds. The firm leads, or co-leads, first institutional investment rounds in market-changing companies. .406 Ventures’ health care theses focus on systems, technologies and services that improve clinical delivery, with investments in companies such as Abacus Insights, Iora Health, AbleTo, Axial Healthcare, Nomad, Redox and Welbe Health.
Health Velocity Capital invests in growth stage health care software and services companies. Spanning three decades as investors, entrepreneurs and operators, the firm’s principals have invested in and helped build some of health care’s most impactful innovators — companies that became industry leaders and that created entirely new markets.
HLM Venture Partners is a leading venture capital firm focused on investing in emerging health care technology, technology-enabled health care services and medical device companies. The firm has invested in some of the industry’s most innovative companies and entrepreneurs in telehealth, digital health, behavioral health, infrastructure and patient engagement. Successful investments include AbleTo, ArroHealth, Change Healthcare, Interlace, LetsGetChecked, Phreesia, TriZetto and Teladoc.
Venture Fund Investment – Kaiser Permanente Ventures is the strategic venture capital arm of Kaiser Permanente and is dedicated to forming partnerships with innovative companies and exceptional entrepreneurs. Kaiser Permanente Ventures’ investments are designed to improve quality, accessibility and affordability for Kaiser Permanente members and the larger health care community while generating attractive rates of return. Since its inception in 1997, Kaiser Permanente Ventures has invested in more than 60 health care information technology, health care services and medical technologies companies.
Transformation Capital is a digital health growth equity firm dedicated to supporting commercial stage companies focused on improving people’s health and the sustainability of the health care system. The firm was founded on the premise that investing in health care requires both a sophisticated understanding of the health care system, including the prevailing market forces and resulting opportunities, as well as deep connections with decision makers across key providers, payers and digital health innovators. Transformation Capital is an investor in digital health companies across the ecosystem, including Health Catalyst, UniteUs, Olive, LetsGetChecked, Cleo, Groups Recover Together and Vera Whole Health.
Minority Interest – CareWell Urgent Care is the largest provider of conveniently located urgent care centers in New England, providing high-quality, cost effective care for non-life-threatening health events.
Talix provides risk and quality solutions to help providers, payers and accountable care organizations address the growing challenges of value-based health care. Their leading-edge software-as-a-service applications leverage machine learning and advanced patient data analytics to transform complex data into actionable intelligence that drives improved coding and quality reporting efficiency and accuracy — leading to better patient outcomes, more accurate reimbursements and reduced costs.
Minority Interest – MEDSOLIS provides solutions to enable value-based health care with a software suite that drives member engagement by enabling member-centric and more efficient remote care management. It can work as an independent solution or layer in with an existing care management program.