Profile Previews

Get a glimpse into our company and investor data—powered by the PitchBook Platform

Chris Price

OTHER INVESTOR TYPE
1 INVESTMENTS
1 PORTFOLIO
Description

Mr. Chris Price serves as Partner, Healthcare at Oak HC/FT. He joined Oak HC/FT as a Venture Partner in 2016. During his career, Chris has led or played a significant role as an executive, investor or advisor to transactions representing over $4 billion in aggregate value. Most recently Chris was a senior vice president at ADVI Health, a healthcare advisory firm focused on the life sciences, digital health, managed care and services sectors. At ADVI he assisted clients with corporate and product development strategy development and execution. Chris previously served as a senior vice president for strategy and product at EnvisionRx, a pharmacy benefit manager with over $4 billion in revenue. He is also a former managing partner and founder at Broad Creek Partners, which focused on tech-enabled health care services investment and advisory where he led the carve-out and sale of RegenceRx to Catalyst Health for Cambia Health Solutions. Chris earned his BSFA from Southern Methodist University.

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • Three Pickwick Plaza
  • Suite 302
  • Greenwich, CT 06830
  • United States

+1 (203) 000-0000

Chris Price Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000000000 000000 13-Jun-2016 00000 00000 00.000 Clinics/Outpatient Services Startup 00000 00000
To view this investor’s complete investment and acquisition history, request access »
Request full access to PitchBook

You’re viewing a free company profile from the PitchBook Platform. To explore Chris Price’s full profile, request a free trial.

Chris Price Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office Contact
Info
Chris Price Angel Investor 0 Greenwich, CT

Chris Price Co-Investors (2)

Name With Exits Lead Partner
HLM Venture Partners 1 0
Link-age 0 0
To view this investor’s complete co-investor history, request access »