Law360, New York (October 9, 2014, 11:40 AM EDT) -- Although venture capital firms and large mutual funds have been the primary investors targeting health care technology firms as new sources for investments, private equity investors have shown increasing interest in the sector as well.
The Core Considerations
Traditional venture capital technology investors are finding firms that gather and analyze health care data appealing because of the growth of electronic records and consumer use of health tracking technology. In addition, early-stage investors often view investing in these companies as presenting less risk than investing in biotech firms whose profitability hinges on the successful development of just a single or few drugs....
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