The White House took a major step in improving the health of people suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease today. Oxeon Partners CEO, Trevor Price weighs in on the decision and its impact.
Oxeon clients, Healthify and Landmark Health, announce a groundbreaking, collaborative partnership to address the social determinants of health (SDoH) for complex, chronic patient populations across 13 states.
The Stanford spinout's latest raise was led by Kleiner Perkins' John Doerr, with participation from GuideWell Mutual Holding Corporation, Blue Shield California and Premera Blue Cross.
Town Hall Ventures' portfolio company, UniteUs has partnered with Kaiser Permanente to launch Thrive Local, a social health network meant to connect healthcare and social services providers
On the heels of its fourth annual event, Break into the Boardroom has partnered with HLTH to host the Get on Board: Break into the Boardroom Match Program at HLTH!
This program will strategically match female executives seeking boardroom positions with forward-looking organizations seeking to add talented female leaders to their corporate boards.
What organization has the greatest opportunity to effect change in healthcare? Each week, 180M Americans visit Walmart. On the latest episode of A Healthy Dose, Trevor Price and Steve Kraus talk with Alexandra Drane (Co-Founder of Eliza Corporation and Walmart cashier) and Marcus Osbornerne (VP, Health and Wellness Transformation at Walmart) about the opportunity Walmart has to transform healthcare.
Oxeon is proud to announce that Nick Loporcaro has been named Chief Executive Officer of Landmark Health. Nick will succeed Adam Boehler, the Company’s Founder and former CEO, who has been named Deputy Administrator of CMS and Director of the CMS Innovation Center, effective in April of 2018. With over thirty years of experience, Nick joins Landmark from McKesson where he most recently served as President of McKesson’s U.S. Pharma and Specialty Health businesses which represent $165 billion in revenue. In this role, he was responsible for overseeing business development, sales, distribution, and operations across all markets. Prior to that, he was President of McKesson Canada from 2011 to 2014 and Vice President and General Manager of McKesson from 2003 to 2011.
Oxeon portfolio investment Centivo Health announced the close of its $34M Series A, led by Bain Capital Ventures, with additional investments from F-Prime Capital Partners, Maverick Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, Ingleside Investors, Rand Capital, Grand Central Tech Ventures, Oxeon Investments, and several individual investors, including industry veterans Jim Foreman, Ken Goulet, and Kevin Hill. Centivo is a new type of self-funded health plan, focused on bringing cost sustainability to employers and affordable, high-quality healthcare to the millions of Americans who struggle to pay their healthcare bills.
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.
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.
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.
Today, three health care industry leaders announced the formation of Town Hall Ventures, a venture capital firm that will seek to invest in health care technology and service companies transforming care delivery to America’s most vulnerable populations. The firm is being built on a foundation of broad and deep expertise in building companies to improve care in Medicare, Medicaid, risk-based care, complex conditions and in addressing social determinants of health. These areas of focus touch almost 120 million Americans and approximately $1.2 trillion in annual health care spending.
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.
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.
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Oxeon, in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare, is pleased to announce the launch of Empiric Health, a company that will offer a program to enable evidence-based care. Empiric is a technology-enabled service that will address variation in healthcare costs and outcomes for both clinicians and health system administrators.
Spirit of Generosity is an Oxeon core value. At least once a month, team members work with organizations like New York Common Pantry, University Settlement, Friends of the Hudson River Park and other local non-profit human service organizations. But most days, we practice this value by living vicariously through our clients – Health IT and Services organizations committed to improving community and population health. (Really! It’s not just jargon.) Nonetheless, we all crave the opportunity to give back and get involved in a more tangible way. To meet the people we are helping. To hear their stories. To gain perspective.