Bill Geary focuses his investing primarily on healthcare and has been at North Bridge Venture Partners since the firm's founding in 1994. Bill has served on the boards of numerous market-leading companies and has played an invaluable role in helping nearly all North Bridge investments establish themselves as businesses. With over $3 billion under management, the healthcare investments of North Bridge Venture Partners include Arsenal Medical, Aushon Biosystems, Connance, eBenX, Healthrageous, Humedica, Infomedics, Li Medical Technologies, Lifemetrix, Mitotix, NaviNet, PharMetrics, Phase Forward, SensAble Technologies, SpringLeaf Therapeutics and SynapDx. Previously, Bill was a Partner at Hambro International Equity Partners. Prior to that, he was Chief Financial Officer at MathSoft, an applications software start-up that subsequently went public on the NASDAQ and was later acquired by Parametric Technology Corporation (NASDAQ: PMTC). Prior to MathSoft, Bill worked for Congoleum Corporation, where he helped structure and raise the capital for its successful $500 million private buyout, and at Arthur Andersen & Company. As Chair of the Board of Trustees of Boston College, his alma mater, Bill also serves on its Investment & Endowment Committee and Executive Committee, he co-chairs the Parents Committee of Duke University and serves on the Advisory Boards of the Children's Hospital Boston Technology Fund and of the Center For Connected Health at Partners HealthCare System. Contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more about North Bridge Venture Partners & North Bridge Growth Equity at www.northbridge.com
Partners Connected Health is pleased to announce the continuation of a popular event, our fifth annual Innovators Challenge. Visit our Innovators Challenge page for more details and to submit your application!
Design for Change Workshops with Mad*Pow
cHealth15 Pitch-Off: Emotion Sensing
Event with Medstro and The American Resident Project, Anthem Inc.'s physician engagement program
Submit your ideas on how emotion-sensing technologies can improve health care! (Link must be opened in Chrome, Firefox, or IE9 and later.)
JMIR Poster Session
This year Partners Connected Health is pleased to partner with JMIR Publications in hosting a poster presentation session at the Connected Health Symposium. Learn more!