Behavioral Health Business May 24, 2024
Morgan Gonzales

Venture capital firms have poured billions of dollars into the behavioral health sector over the last five years or so — and it remains a top investment target.

However, investors are shifting their focus, seeking out business models with proven track records and taking calculated risks on innovative approaches.

The venture capital approach contrasts with the common approach taken by private equity firms, which drive dealmaking in behavioral health. While private equity investors tend to prioritize tried-and-true business models, venture capitalists are known for their willingness to back novel ideas with significant growth potential, placing bets on forward-thinking concepts.

“It’s our responsibility to help invest in founders who are forward-thinking and see where the puck is going, but [also] know...

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