Venture Capital Funding/VC Firms

Jun 7, 2022
Seae Ventures has launched a $107 million fund to invest in women and Black, Indigenous and other historically marginalized entrepreneurs.
May 31, 2022
In a new AHA Innovation Dialogue, AHA Maternal and Child Health Council Chair Lara Khouri, executive vice president and chief strategy and transformation officer at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, talks with SteelSky Ventures Founding Partner Maria Velissaris about where the fund, which invests in…
Mar 29, 2022
AHA recently provided a second round of funding for startups led by women and people from racial and ethnic minorities. The AHA selected the funds because they finance historically marginalized entrepreneurs who have limited access to the capital needed to develop innovative health care solutions.
Mar 22, 2022
The AHA is providing early financing for a female-led venture capital firm focused on improving health outcomes for women.
Mar 22, 2022
Here are three key takeaways that senior health care leaders, venture fund managers and entrepreneurs shared at the recent ViVE conference hosted by HLTH and the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).
Jan 25, 2022
Jumpstart Health Investors announced Jumpstart Nova, a $55 million highly anticipated fund that will invest exclusively in Black-founded and -led health care companies across health information technology, digital health, tech-enabled services, diagnostic devices, biotech, medical device…
Jan 12, 2022
AHA is among the investors and partners taking part in a first-of-its-kind movement to promote equity in access to capital for investments in Black-founded and -led companies at the forefront of health care innovation. 
Dec 21, 2021
Fund managers now target companies addressing health equity with solutions aimed at increasing access and improving outcomes for historically underserved and marginalized communities. Some are assessing the diversity of fund managers and allocating a percentage of funds to companies owned by Blacks…
Sep 14, 2021
There is still a quarter to go, but 2021 already has been a year of explosive growth for Cityblock Health. The primary care startup that targets Medicaid and low-income Medicare populations has raised roughly $900 in funding since last December and is now valued at $5.7 billion.