Our strategy leverages an extensive hospital system and health plan network of relationships to target attractive market segments, to identify and evaluate investment opportunities, and to support the growth of our portfolio companies.

Current Areas of Focus:

  • Administrative Automation
  • Behavioral Health: IT & Services
  • Care Setting Optimization
  • Clinical Efficiency Tools
  • Innovative Pediatric Care Solutions
  • Medicare Advantage Enhancement
  • Outsourced Non-Core Services
  • Patient / Member Activation
  • Reimagining Value-Based Care
  • Specialty Pharma: IT and Services


Healthcare technology, technology-enabled services, and healthcare services.

Business Model

Companies with subscription or transaction-based recurring revenue models.

Transaction Type

Growth equity investments and small buy & builds.

Company Stages

Revenue positive with consistent cash flow or near cash flow breakeven.

Ownership Structure

Typically all or part of the first institutional investor group with significant minority or majority ownership.


HEP has a strong preference for backing seasoned healthcare operators who have grown and successfully exited prior companies.


Committed to HEP’s Funds


strategic payer and provider LPs across the four funds


Investments made by the team since founding HEP in 2007