Through this series, the AHA and Concord are seeking to provide more information to hospitals, health systems and health care organizations about innovation investing and deepen their understanding of the various private equity strategies that are involved, including venture capital, growth equity and buyout strategies.
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General Disclosures: This material is provided for educational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities. Private equity investments are speculative, highly illiquid, involve a high degree of risk, have fees and expenses that could meaningfully reduce returns, and subject to the possibility of partial or total loss of fund capital; they are, therefore, intended for experienced and sophisticated long-term investors who can accept such risks. Investments with private equity sponsors typically are not transferable without consent of the sponsor, involve conflicts of interest, often involve leverage and limited partners have little to no ability to influence decisions.