Psilos Group

Psilos Group Managers, LLC is a venture capital firm specializing in investments in mid to later stage and growth companies. It typically invests in the healthcare sector with a focus on healthcare services, healthcare information technology, and medical technology including devices and diagnostics sectors. The firm typically invests in the second or third institutional rounds of financing usually "Series B" and later. It seeks to invest in companies based in the United States. The firm typically invests between $8 million to $15 million per deal into companies, with an expectation of investing between $20 million and $25 million over the life of an investment. It prefers to be the lead or co-lead investor and acquires a significant stake in all of its portfolio companies. Psilos Group Managers, LLC was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in New York, New York with additional offices in Corte Madera, California; Larkspur, California; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Boston, Massachusetts.

David Eichler

Managing Member

Stephen (Steve) Krupa

CEO, Managing Partner

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Matt Levin

Managing Partner

Albert Waxman

Founder and Managing Partner

37 past transactions

Acuity Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2004
Acuity Pharmaceuticals is a pharmaceutical company that is focused on the treatment and prevention of ophthalmic diseases. It develops treatments for age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. The company offers Cand5, a clinical compound that is able to shut down vascular endothelial growth factor. Acuity Pharmaceuticals was acquired by OPKO Health in June 2011. Acuity Pharmaceuticals was founded in 2007 and is based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PatientSafe Solutions

Venture Round in 2017
PatientSafe Solutions, based in San Diego, California, is leading the way in smart point-of-care mobile solutions and innovating technologies for the future of accountable care. Its flagship product, the PatientTouch System, delivers measurable safety and quality improvement by making care team workflows easier and more productive. PatientSafe Solutions was named one of Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies in 2011 and 2012, ranked #2 in Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Venture-Backed Healthcare Companies in 2012, and chosen by Forbes as one of the top Three Health Technology Companies To Watch in 2012. The PatientTouch system is a cutting-edge wireless clinical mobility solution aimed at advancing health systems' patient safety, clinical productivity, and cost reduction agendas. The PatientTouch system transforms care delivery by providing frontline clinicians wireless clinical mobility on a single, intuitive, handheld device that fits in your pocket. The platform runs on a PatientSafe Solutions-designed, developed, and supported device that pairs Apple iOS hardware with enhancements including a high-performance barcode scanner, full-shift battery, and ruggedized, hospital-grade jacket. The mobile health platform delivers Positive Patient Identification, Care Interventions, and Communication and Collaboration capabilities. Positive Patient Identification workflows utilize barcode-enabled workflows for medication administration, specimen collection, infant care, and blood product administration. Customizable Care Interventions ensure real-time order execution and hospital process/policy instrumentation at the point of care. Communication capabilities allow for real-time care team collaboration and alerting features. By consolidating clinical workflows, real-time information access, and communications into an easy-to-use device, hospitals can eliminate harm, reduce waste, and improve productivity.

PatientSafe Solutions

Series C in 2013
PatientSafe Solutions, based in San Diego, California, is leading the way in smart point-of-care mobile solutions and innovating technologies for the future of accountable care. Its flagship product, the PatientTouch System, delivers measurable safety and quality improvement by making care team workflows easier and more productive. PatientSafe Solutions was named one of Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies in 2011 and 2012, ranked #2 in Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Venture-Backed Healthcare Companies in 2012, and chosen by Forbes as one of the top Three Health Technology Companies To Watch in 2012. The PatientTouch system is a cutting-edge wireless clinical mobility solution aimed at advancing health systems' patient safety, clinical productivity, and cost reduction agendas. The PatientTouch system transforms care delivery by providing frontline clinicians wireless clinical mobility on a single, intuitive, handheld device that fits in your pocket. The platform runs on a PatientSafe Solutions-designed, developed, and supported device that pairs Apple iOS hardware with enhancements including a high-performance barcode scanner, full-shift battery, and ruggedized, hospital-grade jacket. The mobile health platform delivers Positive Patient Identification, Care Interventions, and Communication and Collaboration capabilities. Positive Patient Identification workflows utilize barcode-enabled workflows for medication administration, specimen collection, infant care, and blood product administration. Customizable Care Interventions ensure real-time order execution and hospital process/policy instrumentation at the point of care. Communication capabilities allow for real-time care team collaboration and alerting features. By consolidating clinical workflows, real-time information access, and communications into an easy-to-use device, hospitals can eliminate harm, reduce waste, and improve productivity.

Health Hero Network

Venture Round in 2000
Health Hero Network, Inc. develops and markets the industry's most advanced tools and technologies for delivering structured.

ClickThings

Venture Round in 2000
ClickThings

MRxonline

Venture Round in 2001
They are an Internet Application Service Provider (ASP) offering a suite of web-based medical billing and compliance management services. MRxonline.com has developed key business-to-business alliances that allow us to deliver the first scalable, dedicated Internet medical billing application to third-party billing companies, large practices, PHO's, IPA's, payers and practice management organizations. This new approach to practice management provides cost-effective solutions such as coding compliance monitoring and reporting at a level that is generally unavailable to physician practices. By existing entirely as an Internet application, hardware and software capital investments as well as system maintenance costs are dramatically reduced thereby allowing the physician to focus on practicing medicine, not practice management.

Click4Care

Series A in 2007
Click4Care, Inc. provides medical management software for payers, providers, and patients. It offers ThinkHealth, which automates utilization case, disease, and population health management workflows. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Powell, Ohio.

SeeChange Health

Series B in 2011
We provide the information, tools, and technology to help employees take control of their health, while companies take control of their health expenses. Whether you’re looking for flexible, self-administered health plans or customizable engagement software, our SeeChange Health Solutions make it easy to administer value-based benefits within your company.

AngioScore

Series B in 2004
AngioScore Inc. develops, manufactures and markets the AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter for both the coronary and peripheral interventional markets. Designed specifically to address the limitations of conventional angioplasty balloon catheters, AngioSculpt combines a semi-compliant balloon with an innovative nitinol scoring element.

Gamma Medica-Ideas

Series A in 2009
Gamma Medica-Ideas (GM-I) develops novel technologies to markets that improve patient health through early diagnosis of disease, improved patient treatment and by enabling new drug discovery. GM-I also develops medical devices and techniques to support molecular imaging of living subjects, targeted at the pharmaceutical pre-clinical research and clinical diagnostic markets. GM-I is dedicated to developing cutting-edge, fully digital imaging systems using the most advanced solid-state technologies.

Estech

Series B in 2003
ESTECH is a privately held medical device manufacturing and distribution company located in San Ramon, California. The company was founded by Arthur and Raymond Bertolero in 1996 with an emphasis on least invasive products for cardiac surgery. ESTECH has worldwide distribution and has consistently attracted goal oriented professionals who represent the brightest minds in the medical device industry. The in-depth professional experience and tireless dedication of the ESTECH Team has allowed the company to achieve rapid and sustained success in this highly competitive environment. ESTECH is proud of each employee from every department and thanks them for their contribution and support.

VeraLight

Series C in 2008
VeraLight is a medical device company that was established in October 2004 to focus on a comprehensive approach to non-invasive type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes screening with the proprietary SCOUT DS® system. Their mission is to help stem the tide of the worldwide diabetes epidemic by driving early diabetes detection, thus enabling initiation of therapies that can prevent diabetes or reduce its complications. The company develops and acquires intellectual property, products, and services that contribute to this mission.

HealthEdge

Venture Round in 2008
HealthEdge provides modern, disruptive technology that delivers for the first time, a suite of products that enables healthcare payors to leverage new business models, improve outcomes, drastically reduce administrative costs, and connect everyone in the healthcare delivery cycle. Their next-generation enterprise product suite, HealthRules, is built on modern, patented technology and is delivered to customers via the HealthEdge Cloud or on-site deployment. They enable their customers to radically innovate, drastically reduce costs, and efficiently address the business imperatives of the evolving healthcare economy. HealthEdge was founded by Albert Waxman of Psilos Group and Rob Gillette in December 2004. In January 2005, the company acquired over $125 million in intellectual property and other assets. This technology served as the foundation for the patented, award-winning HealthRules product suite. In December 2012, HealthEdge acquired Click4Care, a care management, and utilization management software company, adding next-generation clinical capabilities to the award-winning HealthRules product suite. HealthEdge is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, and maintains an R&D center in Powell, Ohio.

Extend Health

Series B in 2007
Extend Health provides defined contribution benefit and insurance programs to the employees and retirees of corporate America, with a particular focus on helping clients choose Medicare programs.

SeeChange Health

Series A in 2009
We provide the information, tools, and technology to help employees take control of their health, while companies take control of their health expenses. Whether you’re looking for flexible, self-administered health plans or customizable engagement software, our SeeChange Health Solutions make it easy to administer value-based benefits within your company.

Definity Health

Venture Round in 2000
Definity Health focuses on the development of programs and products to enhance the consumer health care experience. Definity Health develops solutions that educate patients to assist them to make decision in treatments. Definity Health is acquired by UnitedHealth Group. Definity Health was founded in 1998 and is based in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota.

Health Hero Network

Series B in 2006
Health Hero Network, Inc. develops and markets technology solutions for remote health monitoring and management. The company provides health management programs delivering personalized daily monitoring and patient education, and information to care providers. It also offers Health Buddy system that serves as the interface between patients at home and care providers, facilitating patient education and monitoring of chronic conditions. The company's Health Buddy system includes monitoring technologies, clinical information databases, Internet-enabled decision support tools, health management programs, and content development software tools. It serves hospitals, health plans, government health organizations, disease management companies, and pharmaceutical companies or universities conducting clinical trials or studies. The company was founded in 1988 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of December 19, 2007, Health Hero Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Robert Bosch GMBH.

Mauna Kea Technologies SA

Series B in 2008
Mauna Kea Technologies SA develops and markets medical devices for the diagnosis and treatment of cancers and other diseases in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the United States, Latin America, China, and Japan. Its flagship product is Cellvizio, a multidisciplinary probe and needle-based confocal laser endomicroscopy platform, which provides physicians and researchers with images of tissues at the cellular level. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

HealthAnswers Education

Series A in 2000
HealthAnswers Education is a developer of sales training and medical education programs for the pharmaceutical/biotech industry. HealthAnswers is a leading full-service sales training agency specializing in blended learning solutions for today's pharmaceutical and biotech sales professionals and managers. During the past 25 years we have trained tens of thousands of sales professionals across a wide range of disease categories via every live and virtual training platform available in the industry. As problem solvers, HealthAnswers partners with pharmaceutical and biotechnology leaders to determine the most effective educational and training programs that exceed expectations. We have proven expertise delivering clinical and product training, skill and performance development training, as well as Sales Force Effectiveness (SFE) activities such as needs assessments, curriculum audits, and competency model development. At HealthAnswers, we pride ourselves on our creative design while ensuring educational and learning objectives are met.

eMotion

Venture Round in 2000
eMotion, Inc. provides hosted business applications for managing digital media assets and marketing content. It offers hosted digital asset management software, which enables corporations, advertising agencies, and nonprofit organizations to develop, manage, and distribute media, such as digital photos, adobe or quark files, video, and audio. This product also enables users to distribute marketing materials across dispersed offices, sales teams, and vendors. The company offers its product for business applications, such as brand portals, marketing extranets, and digital asset libraries. It serves blue-chip companies, entertainment and broadcast companies, advertising agencies, and government agencies. EMotion, Inc. was formed from the merger of Cinebase Software and Picture Networks International in 2000 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. eMotion, Inc. formerly operated as a subsidiary of Corbis Corporation. The company also has an additional office in Vienna, Virginia. As of July 10, 2008, eMotion, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Artesia Technologies, Inc.

Active Health Managment

Series A in 2000
ActiveHealth Management is a national leader in population health management and passionate about helping every person achieve his or her best health. They deliver personalized guidance through their analytics and insights, care management, health, lifestyle and wellness programs to help their customers improve quality of care, lower healthcare costs, and drive sustained member engagement and behavior change. ActiveHealth® collaborates with employers, health plans, governments and providers currently helping more than 20 million people live their healthiest lives. ActiveHealth Management is an independent subsidiary of Aetna (NYSE: AET)

AngioScore

Series D in 2006
AngioScore Inc. develops, manufactures and markets the AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter for both the coronary and peripheral interventional markets. Designed specifically to address the limitations of conventional angioplasty balloon catheters, AngioSculpt combines a semi-compliant balloon with an innovative nitinol scoring element.

Health Hero Network

Venture Round in 1998
Health Hero Network, Inc. develops and markets technology solutions for remote health monitoring and management. The company provides health management programs delivering personalized daily monitoring and patient education, and information to care providers. It also offers Health Buddy system that serves as the interface between patients at home and care providers, facilitating patient education and monitoring of chronic conditions. The company's Health Buddy system includes monitoring technologies, clinical information databases, Internet-enabled decision support tools, health management programs, and content development software tools. It serves hospitals, health plans, government health organizations, disease management companies, and pharmaceutical companies or universities conducting clinical trials or studies. The company was founded in 1988 and is based in Palo Alto, California. As of December 19, 2007, Health Hero Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Robert Bosch GMBH.

InSound Medical

Series D in 2004
InSound Medical, Inc., a privately held, venture-backed company based in Newark, California, develops and manufactures next-generation hearing solutions. Major investors include Johnson & Johnson, DeNovo Ventures, CMEA Ventures, and Psilos Group Managers, LLC.

VeraLight

Series B in 2006
VeraLight is a medical device company that was established in October 2004 to focus on a comprehensive approach to non-invasive type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes screening with the proprietary SCOUT DS® system. Their mission is to help stem the tide of the worldwide diabetes epidemic by driving early diabetes detection, thus enabling initiation of therapies that can prevent diabetes or reduce its complications. The company develops and acquires intellectual property, products, and services that contribute to this mission.

deNovis

Series B in 2001
deNovis Inc. is a leading provider of advanced transaction processing and information management solutions for the health insurance and health care benefits administration industry. deNovis's highly innovative claims processing and data management software enables commercial and government health plans to reduce administrative costs, expand their range of products and services, increase speed-to-market of new products and enhance the quality of customer service. The company's flagship software product—eHD™—serves as the core administrative platform for health plans and is designed to deliver the sophistication necessary to meet both existing and emerging needs of commercial, Medicare and Medicaid healthcare benefits administrators. deNovis is also known for its technical innovations, including HICL™ technology, which allows complex healthcare transaction systems to be programmed by business analysts rather than computer programmers, using English language commands and the actual policies and business rules of the health plan. deNovis's customer roster includes large commercial insurers and the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services—the nation's largest purchaser of healthcare and a provider of healthcare benefits to almost 80 million Americans. The company's strategic alliance partners include IBM Corporation and Deloitte Consulting. deNovis enterprise solutions for health plans are available for installation at customer locations or can be delivered on an outsourced or remote-hosted basis. The company is privately held and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Cohesive Technologies

Series B in 2003
Cohesive Technologies Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets breakthrough liquid chromatography (LC) solutions for the drug discovery, pharmaceutical, contract research, and clinical diagnostic industries. The company has developed patented technologies and a wide range of chromatographic products designed to significantly improve productivity by accelerating the separation, purification, and analysis of molecules in bioanalysis. With a strong depth of knowledge in column chemistry, applications, engineering, software development, and quality management, Cohesive Technologies leads the industry in the research, development, and production of LC technologies that accelerate the pace of customers' drug discovery and development efforts.

PatientSafe Solutions

Series B in 2010
PatientSafe Solutions, based in San Diego, California, is leading the way in smart point-of-care mobile solutions and innovating technologies for the future of accountable care. Its flagship product, the PatientTouch System, delivers measurable safety and quality improvement by making care team workflows easier and more productive. PatientSafe Solutions was named one of Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies in 2011 and 2012, ranked #2 in Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Venture-Backed Healthcare Companies in 2012, and chosen by Forbes as one of the top Three Health Technology Companies To Watch in 2012. The PatientTouch system is a cutting-edge wireless clinical mobility solution aimed at advancing health systems' patient safety, clinical productivity, and cost reduction agendas. The PatientTouch system transforms care delivery by providing frontline clinicians wireless clinical mobility on a single, intuitive, handheld device that fits in your pocket. The platform runs on a PatientSafe Solutions-designed, developed, and supported device that pairs Apple iOS hardware with enhancements including a high-performance barcode scanner, full-shift battery, and ruggedized, hospital-grade jacket. The mobile health platform delivers Positive Patient Identification, Care Interventions, and Communication and Collaboration capabilities. Positive Patient Identification workflows utilize barcode-enabled workflows for medication administration, specimen collection, infant care, and blood product administration. Customizable Care Interventions ensure real-time order execution and hospital process/policy instrumentation at the point of care. Communication capabilities allow for real-time care team collaboration and alerting features. By consolidating clinical workflows, real-time information access, and communications into an easy-to-use device, hospitals can eliminate harm, reduce waste, and improve productivity.

OmniGuide

Series E in 2008
Medical device company developing and commercializing minimally-invasive surgical tools

PatientSafe Solutions

Series D in 2007
PatientSafe Solutions, based in San Diego, California, is leading the way in smart point-of-care mobile solutions and innovating technologies for the future of accountable care. Its flagship product, the PatientTouch System, delivers measurable safety and quality improvement by making care team workflows easier and more productive. PatientSafe Solutions was named one of Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies in 2011 and 2012, ranked #2 in Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Venture-Backed Healthcare Companies in 2012, and chosen by Forbes as one of the top Three Health Technology Companies To Watch in 2012. The PatientTouch system is a cutting-edge wireless clinical mobility solution aimed at advancing health systems' patient safety, clinical productivity, and cost reduction agendas. The PatientTouch system transforms care delivery by providing frontline clinicians wireless clinical mobility on a single, intuitive, handheld device that fits in your pocket. The platform runs on a PatientSafe Solutions-designed, developed, and supported device that pairs Apple iOS hardware with enhancements including a high-performance barcode scanner, full-shift battery, and ruggedized, hospital-grade jacket. The mobile health platform delivers Positive Patient Identification, Care Interventions, and Communication and Collaboration capabilities. Positive Patient Identification workflows utilize barcode-enabled workflows for medication administration, specimen collection, infant care, and blood product administration. Customizable Care Interventions ensure real-time order execution and hospital process/policy instrumentation at the point of care. Communication capabilities allow for real-time care team collaboration and alerting features. By consolidating clinical workflows, real-time information access, and communications into an easy-to-use device, hospitals can eliminate harm, reduce waste, and improve productivity.

Gamma Medica

Series B in 2014
Gamma Medica, Inc. is proud to offer the LumaGEM® MBI System. As the first commercially available, FDA cleared, planar, dual head, fully solid state digital imaging system utilizing cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) technology used for breast imaging, LumaGEM is able to detect millimeter-size breast cancers missed by mammography, especially in women with dense breast tissue.

SeeChange Health

Series C in 2013
We provide the information, tools, and technology to help employees take control of their health, while companies take control of their health expenses. Whether you’re looking for flexible, self-administered health plans or customizable engagement software, our SeeChange Health Solutions make it easy to administer value-based benefits within your company.

deNovis

Series C in 2004
deNovis Inc. is a leading provider of advanced transaction processing and information management solutions for the health insurance and health care benefits administration industry. deNovis's highly innovative claims processing and data management software enables commercial and government health plans to reduce administrative costs, expand their range of products and services, increase speed-to-market of new products and enhance the quality of customer service. The company's flagship software product—eHD™—serves as the core administrative platform for health plans and is designed to deliver the sophistication necessary to meet both existing and emerging needs of commercial, Medicare and Medicaid healthcare benefits administrators. deNovis is also known for its technical innovations, including HICL™ technology, which allows complex healthcare transaction systems to be programmed by business analysts rather than computer programmers, using English language commands and the actual policies and business rules of the health plan. deNovis's customer roster includes large commercial insurers and the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services—the nation's largest purchaser of healthcare and a provider of healthcare benefits to almost 80 million Americans. The company's strategic alliance partners include IBM Corporation and Deloitte Consulting. deNovis enterprise solutions for health plans are available for installation at customer locations or can be delivered on an outsourced or remote-hosted basis. The company is privately held and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

AngioScore

Series E in 2007
AngioScore Inc. develops, manufactures and markets the AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter for both the coronary and peripheral interventional markets. Designed specifically to address the limitations of conventional angioplasty balloon catheters, AngioSculpt combines a semi-compliant balloon with an innovative nitinol scoring element.

PatientSafe Solutions

Series C in 2013
PatientSafe Solutions, based in San Diego, California, is leading the way in smart point-of-care mobile solutions and innovating technologies for the future of accountable care. Its flagship product, the PatientTouch System, delivers measurable safety and quality improvement by making care team workflows easier and more productive. PatientSafe Solutions was named one of Wall Street Journal’s Top 50 Venture-Backed Companies in 2011 and 2012, ranked #2 in Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Venture-Backed Healthcare Companies in 2012, and chosen by Forbes as one of the top Three Health Technology Companies To Watch in 2012. The PatientTouch system is a cutting-edge wireless clinical mobility solution aimed at advancing health systems' patient safety, clinical productivity, and cost reduction agendas. The PatientTouch system transforms care delivery by providing frontline clinicians wireless clinical mobility on a single, intuitive, handheld device that fits in your pocket. The platform runs on a PatientSafe Solutions-designed, developed, and supported device that pairs Apple iOS hardware with enhancements including a high-performance barcode scanner, full-shift battery, and ruggedized, hospital-grade jacket. The mobile health platform delivers Positive Patient Identification, Care Interventions, and Communication and Collaboration capabilities. Positive Patient Identification workflows utilize barcode-enabled workflows for medication administration, specimen collection, infant care, and blood product administration. Customizable Care Interventions ensure real-time order execution and hospital process/policy instrumentation at the point of care. Communication capabilities allow for real-time care team collaboration and alerting features. By consolidating clinical workflows, real-time information access, and communications into an easy-to-use device, hospitals can eliminate harm, reduce waste, and improve productivity.

OneShield Software

Series C in 2002
OneShield Software delivers core business software solutions to the global insurance and broader financial services industry, deployed in the cloud or on-premise. Our portfolio of standalone, subscription and cloud-based software products includes enterprise-class policy management, billing, claims, rating, product configuration, business intelligence, and analytics solutions that everage a tool-based open architecture and single data model platform to streamline your business. OneShield Software automates and simplifies the complexities of core systems with targeted solutions, seamless upgrades, collaborative implementations, and lower total cost of ownership. With corporate headquarters in Marlborough, MA and offices in India, Canada, and Australia, OneShield Inc. has a total of 50 products in production across the P&C, life and health insurance markets.

Gamma Medica

Series A in 2013
Gamma Medica, Inc. is proud to offer the LumaGEM® MBI System. As the first commercially available, FDA cleared, planar, dual head, fully solid state digital imaging system utilizing cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) technology used for breast imaging, LumaGEM is able to detect millimeter-size breast cancers missed by mammography, especially in women with dense breast tissue.