Flare Capital Partners is a team of proven healthcare technology venture capital investors known for delivering unparalleled strategic industry resources and insight.
We are fortunate to partner with some of the most exciting healthcare technology companies in the world, working together to achieve success.
Bob Sheehy (left)
CEO Bright Health &
Flare Capital Executive Partner
There’s a better way to better health. We are realigning the broken payer-provider relationship, focusing on the consumer, and reimagining how technology can simplify the healthcare experience from beginning-to-end.
Co-founder & CEO
We at Iora Health have a bold vision to restore humanity to healthcare — a team approach that puts the patient first, a payment system based on care (not billing codes), and innovative technologies built around people (not processes).
CEO & Cofounder
I am committed to unlocking the power of Big Data to improve healthcare for everyone.
Chairman & CEO
We’re a fanatical team of healthcare enthusiasts who are on a mission to transform the nation’s healthcare system from one of sickcare to optimized health.
The US healthcare delivery system is going through a $300 billion shift. Valence Health is taking the lead by offering technology, advisory and managed services to providers as they make the volume-to-value transition.
President, CEO &
In order to improve healthcare overall, it is super important to first address the IT foundation. Healthcare IT is moving to the cloud. It is a massive, underpenetrated market and ClearDATA is leading the way.
HealthReveal Announces $10.8 Million Series A Funding
February 8, 2017 — New York – February 8, 2017 – HealthReveal, a healthcare technology company that anticipates and mitigates adverse events for individuals with chronic disease, announced today a $10.8 million Series A round led by GE Ventures and joined by Greycroft Partners and Flare Capital Partners; Manatt Ventures also had joined the syndicate.
Perhaps it was the title of the panel (“Engineering Mosquitos to Fight Malaria”) right before I was to speak that caused me to feel that I was at the wrong event. Or maybe it was because I had just met several senior health ministers from across the developing world. The “Rethinking Malaria Leadership Forum” hosted last week at Harvard Business School brought together delegates from many …
Whoa Nelly – A Pullback on the Reins…
Maybe you thought that the investment pace was going to slow even faster than it did in this past quarter, which dropped nearly 20% when compared to 3Q16? Per the National Venture Capital Association, in partnership with PitchBook, 4Q16 marked the sixth consecutive quarterly decline in deal volume. What is perhaps more surprising was that the …
Israel – Such a Complicated Corner of the World…
As I reflect on a head-spinning five days in Israel last week, it struck me that for all that is going on around that country, people seem remarkably poised and operate with such grace. Next to the lead article in The Jerusalem Post about the delivery of two F-35 jet fighters (which was very big news, maybe in part because they were …