Adaptive Healthcare Capital

Adaptive Healthcare Capital

A private equity firm in California that provides financial and strategic support to healthcare companies

Adaptive Healthcare Fund is a private equity firm in California that provides financial and strategic support to healthcare companies. Founded 2016 in Los Angeles, California, United States by Harry Nelson and Rob Fuller, the company invests in private equity and late stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Lemonaid Health ( a company based in San Francisco, is leading a second wave of telehealth where technology algorithms power quality care) and LifeAssist Technologies (a company that offers simple-to-use solutions that enhance older adults independence). The company provides both hedge fund and private equity to invest in healthcare companies.

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2016

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Lemonaid Health

A provider of an online telemedicine service in California and focuses on creating a revolutionized patient experience and improving and optimizing clinical care through the advancements in machine learning and AI.

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Harry Nelson

Co-Chair, Investment Committee

LAWRENCE GILL

Fund Manager

ROB FULLER

Co-Chair

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Lemonaid Health

LifeAssist Technologies

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