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Oxeon client Bright Health raises $80M Series A

Simeon Schindelman joins Brighton Health Plan Services as Chief Executive Officer

Oxeon and Deerfield Management partner to host Women in the Boardroom series

Paul Roscoe, CEO of Docent Health weighs in on Healthcare's shift from transactions to interactions

Oxeon places Brian Drozdowicz at Verisk Health

Becker's Hospital Review includes Oxeon on their list of "9 innovative healthcare services firms in NY"

Quartet Health, Omada Health, Bright Health Plan, VillageMD, and Aspire Health figure prominently in article on "How Obamacare is Changing the Startup World"

Dan Orenstein joins the Health Catalyst team as General Counsel

Kim LaFontana joins Docent Health as Chief Product Officer

John Ferry weighs in at MedCity Invest's Startup Workshop

Our current newsletter features an article by Oxeon Senior Associate Sarah Firman discussing Social Determinants of Health, as well as Principal Lauren Lisher's musings on the "Provider Innovation Trend". Hope you enjoy!
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New health insurance startup Bright Health today announced it has secured $80 million in Series A funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners and New Enterprise Associates (NEA), with participation by Flare Capital Partners and others. Bright Health will use the funding to support its nationwide rollout to the individual health insurance marketplace.
Bright Health >>
Simeon Schindelman has joined Brighton Health Plan Services as the Chief Executive Officer. Previously, Simeon was CEO and Chairman at Bloom Health and in executive roles at Medica Health Plans and UnitedHealthcare. Brighton Health Group is a healthcare enterprise dedicated to developing innovative products that align the interests of healthcare providers, employers and other plan sponsors, families, and payers. Their portfolio includes Oxeon client Privia Health, MagnaCare & DWELL Family Doctors.
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Deerfield Management and Oxeon Holdings have joined forces to expand their leadership roles in supporting innovative programs and practices to foster improved diversity in the workplace. Beginning in February and running through May, over 30 female senior healthcare executives with interest in corporate governance will receive training and guidance designed to help them obtain their first boardroom role.
Women in the Boardroom >>
"I think health systems are starting to transform the way they think about patients, to think about them more as consumers and start providing services to them as they might experience in other industries. These services could include online access and making easier appointments or referrals. Healthcare systems need more real-time feedback on whether they are doing a great job with the patient and the patient experience. Part of the technology we’re building helps them focus on that and helps understand the patient sentiment throughout the journey." - Paul Roscoe, CEO, Docent Health
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Oxeon is pleased to announce the placement of Brian Drozdowicz as Executive Vice President of Product Management at Verisk Health. Brian joins from Caradigm, where he served as Senior Vice President & GM, Population Health and Analytics. Verisk Health is transforming the business of healthcare by providing data services, analytics, and advanced technologies that answer the industry’s most complex challenges. Verisk Health is a subsidiary of Verisk Analytics.
Verisk Health >>
"Many innovative healthcare services companies exist to help those of us who run businesses understand changing policies, develop and execute strategies, create new lines of business, and transform underperforming ones. In today's fast-paced world, we can't survive without these kinds of experts. Below we highlight some of the most innovative healthcare services firms in New York. While some of these firms have national and international reach, we only considered firms that are actively at work and have a presence in New York." - Becker's Hospital Review
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Oxeon clients Omada Health, Bright Health Plan, VillageMD, Quartet Health, and Aspire Health figure prominently in Ezekiel Emanuel's Fortune article on "How Obamacare is Changing the Startup World".
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Dan Orenstein joins the Health Catalyst executive team as General Counsel. Dan has spent the past 10 years at athenahealth where he most recently served as General Counsel, Senior Vice President, and Board Secretary. Health Catalyst uses data analytics and warehousing technology to help health systems leverage their data to improve quality of care, increase efficiency and optimize costs.
Health Catalyst >>
Oxeon is pleased to announce the placement of Kim LaFontana as Chief Product Officer at Docent Health. Kim has previously served as a Managing Director at The Advisory Board Company and in Operations and Corporate Development roles at athenaHealth. Docent Health's mission is to help health systems build and retain lasting patient relationships. Docent was founded and launched out of Oxeon's Venture Studio.
Docent Health >>
Oxeon Senior Associate John Ferry weighs in at MedCity Invest as a Speaker during their Startup Workshop: Design a Product with Population Health in Mind. John will be speaking alongside Veneeth Iyengar of Sage Growth Partners, Alexis Skoufalos of Jefferson College of Population Health, Garrett Vygantas, M.D. of Jump Capital, and Stephanie Kovalick of Sage Growth Partners. The team will work with select startup companies to help fine-tune their products and processes so they consider population health in their designs, increasing their likelihood for reimbursement and higher profits.
MedCity Invest Speakers >>


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