Our Clients and Markets We Serve
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Insurance Carriers & Agencies
Community Health Centers
Home Health, DME/HME Providers
U.S. demand for home medical equipment will increase 8.2 percent annually to $12.6 billion in 2018. Oxygen and respiratory therapy equipment generate over 70% of industry revenue.
CEO's & Management Teams
Founders, owners, executive management and leadership team are all challenged by the pace of change, and the increasing role of technology in enabling, equipping and empowering their people to deliver amazing customer experiences, in a profitable and sustainable way.
Here are some of the companies that our founder, Paul Helmick, has helped advise, consult and serve in the past.
Founder & CEO – @HealthVentures
We Help People Use Technology to Build their Business
- We work closely with a firm’s equity owners, partners, and senior leadership team
- CEO, CFO, CMO, and CIO
- We help align your strategic goals with operational best practices and technology-enabled processes.
- We Serve Privately-Held Mid-Market Companies
- Revenues: $10M to $1B
- Employees: 100 to 5,000
- We work with investor-led startup companies to advise founders/leadership teams on product-market fit and lean-startup strategies.
Why Healthcare? It’s growing…
Healthcare is the largest, fastest growing, and most complex industry in the world. The U.S. healthcare system accounts for more than $2.5 trillion in annual expenditures, which is nearly 20% of our nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
According to economists in the Office of the Actuary at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), spending is projected to grow at an annual average rate of 5.8% through 2020, which is 1.1% higher than our nation’s projected GDP growth. By 2020, healthcare spending is projected to exceed $4.5 trillion.
… but growth and change creates challenges…
Despite its size and growth trajectory, the healthcare industry is plagued with large-scale problems and inefficiencies that are prompting a massive transformation in how care is accessed, delivered, and reimbursed. The fundamental challenges confronting healthcare have created opportunities for companies with innovative technology and services that address the most costly problems.