Commanding The Future of Investing in Healthcare IT

Venture capital (VC) professionals wade through a large number of investment proposals. Their approach to screening proposals has long been based on a quick glance. However, the sphere of Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) challenges this approach, as increasing complexities in emerging technologies and the rapid pace of innovation require that they constantly keep abreast of the environment. Identifying a ‘next big thing’ has never been such a challenge, considering that competition in venture deal-making is increasing.

Key Takeaways

» The direction of technology development in healthcare.
» HIT-driven evolving healthcare segments.
» Methods of assessing the age of specific technology.
» Points to focus on when analyzing HIT targets.

Ambarish Srivastava

Ambarish Srivastava

Associate Director, Private Markets

Ambarish has about 17 years of experience in business research, analysis and consulting. He is engaged in leading deep-dive strategic projects, due-diligence support, issue-focused trend analysis and similar assignments for our Private Markets clients. His previous experience includes tenures with startups, the Big Four and consulting organisations, where he focused on industry studies, price forecasting, company analysis, macroeconomic studies and other strategic engagements.

Commanding The Future of Investing in Healthcare IT

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