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Internet of Health & Prevention

According to the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), over 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes, the latter meaning they could develop diabetes type 2 within five years. The National Health Interview Survey recently released by the CDC shows that Americans are not getting enough exercise. Only 51.7% of American adults met the Physical Activity Guidelines for aerobic activity and only 21.7% met the Physical Activity Guidelines for muscle strengthening. Less than 3 percent of Americans meet the basic qualifications for a “healthy lifestyle,” according to a new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Meanwhile healthcare costs and insurance premiums and deductibles continue to climb at an alarming rate, while healthcare demand outpaces delivery.

We are committed to deploying our capital to address the national health and wellness crisis, while producing meaningful returns to our investors in the process. Nashville healthcare companies contribute more than 250,000 jobs and $38.8 billion to the regional economy. The addition of Voyent Partners significantly increased our subject matter expertise in this vertical. Fred Goad and Jim Kever are renowned healthcare investors in the Southeast. Together, we can deliver good health and great returns.

Below is a sample of our Internet of Health & Prevention portfolio: