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H2C Article on Health Tech Startup Investment Is a Cover Article for The Governance Institute

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Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (“H2C”) is pleased to share that Bill Hanlon’s article for The Governance Institute, featuring key considerations for healthcare leaders in determining whether direct investment in health tech startups is the right move, is the cover article for the Institute's "System Focus" newsletter.

 

Direct private investment by large health systems in healthcare services and technology companies is gaining traction, fueled by new competitors and innovations that are rapidly changing traditional business models. Today, more than 40 health systems have launched direct private investment initiatives or are participating in funds created by others.

 

In his article, “Disruption through Innovation: How Health Systems Are Becoming a New Class of Private Investor,” Hanlon, H2C Principal and Co-founder, provides insight on this trend from his work with large health systems that have made direct investments in healthcare services and technology companies. Hanlon also shares three questions health system board members and leaders should ask in evaluating the business case for investment in a health tech startup.

 

Read the article online (subscribers-only access). Care to continue the conversation? Email Bill for more information.