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Equality Health receives an infusion of capital from Governor Jeb Bush-led firm to accelerate its national expansion of the company’s value-based primary care platform.
Equality Health, a Phoenix, AZ-based value-based care organization uniquely equipped to address the needs of diverse and historically underserved populations, today announced an equity investment from Finback Investment Partners.
Finback’s leadership team consists of Co-Founders and Managing Partners former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, George Huber, Jack Oliver, and Jeb Bush Jr. The Partners, complemented by a team of private equity professionals, have successfully invested together since 2017, with approximately $700 million of funds committed and a track record of 11 portfolio companies. The firm’s debut private equity fund, Finback Investment Partners 2021 Fund, pursues investments that align with a positive societal impact across a diverse set of verticals including healthcare, business services, information technology, education, industrials, digital infrastructure, and financial services.
Reimagining the New Frontier of Value-Based Care
Founded in 2015, Equality Health is a population health risk management company that improves care delivery for underserved populations. Equality Health’s model allows independent physician practices to consolidate multiple value-based contracts within a single network that offers a unified incentive program administered through an integrated technology platform. For health plans, Equality Health represents a single-source partner with a network that is fully enabled for success in alternative payment models. And for patients, Equality Health improves access to primary care and enhances coordination between primary care physicians, specialists, hospitals, and the community-based organizations that address many non-medical, socio-economic determinants of health.
The Finback investment will help accelerate Equality Health’s growing partnerships with multiple regional and national payers, as well as a rapidly growing primary care network. This will make hundreds of thousands more Medicaid, Medicare Advantage, and ACA exchange health plan members eligible for the holistic, culturally competent services offered by the Equality Health care model.