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Risalto Health raises $1.5M to improve patient outcomes in musculoskeletal care

Town Hall Ventures formed to invest in healthcare companies transforming care delivery to America's most vulnerable populations

Landmark Health Announces Strategic Investment from General Atlantic

Anthem to acquire Aspire Health, Oxeon portfolio company

Healthcare Unicorns Spotlight: A Healthy Dose chats with CEOs of 23andMe, Evolent Health, athenahealth

Cityblock Health scores $20.8M in Series A funding

Aetion raises $36M Series B Funding

GoHealth Urgent Care and Mercy Partner to Create Premier Network of Patient-Focused Urgent Care Centers in Multiple Midwest Markets

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 featured prominently in article on "How Obamacare is Changing the Startup World"

Oxeon portfolio investment Risalto Health, a digital health company aiming to transform the delivery of musculoskeletal (MSK) care, has raised $1.5M in seed stage capital from New York-based Health Catalyst Capital Management (HCCM). Risalto will use the financing to expand its machine learning capabilities and commercialize and expand its care concierge program, which will enable superior outcomes and cost savings for patients experiencing back, neck, knee, and hip pain.
Andy Slavitt, Trevor Price, and David Whelan announced the formation of Town Hall Ventures, a venture capital firm that will seek to invest in health care technology service companies transforming care delivery to America's most vulnerable populations. Town Hall Ventures is an Oxeon-affiliated investment firm focused on investing in solutions for the most vulnerable populations. Continuing in their current roles at Oxeon, Trevor Price and David Whelan are partnering with Andy Slavitt, former CMS administrator under President Barack Obama, to lead the firm's investment activities. We at Oxeon are so excited to have an opportunity to increase the impact of Oxeon’s investments and fulfillment of our mission to make people healthier.
Oxeon portfolio client Landmark Health, a leading provider of in-home, risk-based medical care, has announced that General Atlantic has made a strategic investment in the company. Founded in 2013, Landmark has rapidly grown to serve over 80,000 patients suffering from complex, chronic conditions and has a presence in California, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington State. In its next phase of growth, Landmark plans to continue its expansion into additional markets, including Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio.
Anthem announced that the company has entered into an agreement to acquire Aspire Health, the nation’s largest non-hospice, community-based palliative care provider. Aspire currently provides services under contracts with more than 20 health plans to consumers in 25 states. The acquisition will enable Anthem to continue focusing on enhancing its ability to offer innovative, integrated clinical care models, specifically within palliative care, providing care and support services to patients and their families.
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What does it take to reach "unicorn" status in healthcare? Trevor Price and Steve Kraus gathered up a few of the industry's biggest names (Anne Wojcicki - Founder & CEO of 23andMe, Frank Williams - Founder & CEO of Evolent Health, and Jonathan Bush - Founder & CEO of athenahealth) to weigh in on their paths to becoming a unicorn, what they've learned, and and who they think might be the next healthcare unicorn.
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Cityblock Health, an urban healthcare company building scalable solutions to address the unmet health and social needs of Medicaid and Medicare populations, secures $20.8M Series A funding. The round was led by Maverick Ventures, with participation from Thrive Capital, Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs, and Oxeon Holdings.
Aetion, a leader in delivering the real-world analytics and evidence needed for biopharma and payers to engage in value-based care, announced the closing of their $36.4M Series funding. The round was led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and included, as a new investor, Amgen Ventures, alongside existing investors Flare Capital Partners, Lakestar, and Oxeon Ventures.
GoHealth Urgent Care, one of the nation's fastest-growing urgent care providers, and Mercy, one of the nation's most innovative and integrated care delivery health systems, announce a partnership to build a network of patient-focused urgent care centers in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
"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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