Where Providence Ventures is investing millions — 17 portfolio companies

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Providence Ventures was founded in 2014 and manages $300 million of venture capital in two funds.

The company is affiliated with Providence, a 51-hospital health system that has more than 800 clinics in five states. The fund makes direct investments in healthcare companies with the goal of improving outcomes and convenience while lowering costs.

PV's portfolio includes:

1. AVIA, a healthcare technology and market accelerator
2. Binary Fountain, a social intelligence platform for healthcare
3. Bolder Surgical, a surgical instruments company
4. Collective Medical Technologies, a network for care collaboration
5. Gauss Surgical, a real-time surgical blood loss monitoring technology
6. Intelligent Retinal Imaging Systems, a telemedicine-enabled diagnostic software platform
7. Kyruus, a provider search and scheduling software
8. Lyra Health, a behavioral health technology company
9. Omada Health, a digital behavioral medicine company
10. One Medical, a primary care platform
11. Press Ganey, a patient experience analytics and advisory company
12. Protenus, a healthcare IT company for health data auditing and patient privacy monitoring
13. Sqord, a children's wearable and activity platform
14. Trilliant Health, an intelligent patient acquisition platform
15. Twistle, a communication automation platform
16. Wildflower, a mobile family health platform
17. Xealth, a digital prescription platform

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