Nashville’s 25m Health launched six companies and invested in five more
25m Health, the Nashville-based healthtech incubator formed in November 2021 by a joint venture between Lifepoint Health®, 25madison, and Apollo Global Management, launched six companies and invested in five more in its first year of operation.
As described in this news release, 25m Health’s growing portfolio of innovative start-ups target solutions aimed at improving access to high-quality care, enhancing the delivery of care across the healthcare continuum, and advancing value-based care.
“25m Health is a key pillar of our Lifepoint Forward innovation strategy, and the last year has shown us how we can advance innovations to improve healthcare quality, access and patient outcomes while lowering costs both within Lifepoint’s communities and beyond,” said David Dill, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lifepoint Health. “The solutions being developed by 25m Health companies are addressing the needs of key patient populations and helping to relieve significant pain points in healthcare. We are excited about the opportunities we see to grow our current portfolio companies and invest in and grow new companies, and we look forward to accelerating this work in the months and years to come.”
25m Health established a Nashville-based leadership team this year with Chris Poole as Head of Studio, Haley Eberly McDonald as Head of Product, and Ryan Macy as Head of Engineering. They are supported by a New York-based team and an expanded council of senior advisors.