On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Gerald Gallagher, Venture Capital Manager at Healthworx.
Healthworx is a $100M healthcare fund that operates at the intersection of healthcare and innovation by creating, co-creating, and investing in Series A and B startups to improve healthcare quality, accessibility, and affordability. As the innovation and investment arm of CareFirst of Maryland, Inc., Healthworx envisions a healthier future for all people by changing the way health works.
Gerald is a venture capital investor and attorney and has been on all three sides of the venture ecosystem: startup, investor, LP. He invests in fintech, insurtech, and digital health and is Interested in helping brilliant people solve big, complicated problems. Gerald is experienced in managing teams, projects, and accounts in client-facing roles.
Gerald advises investors and entrepreneurs and shares some of the challenges they face. He discusses his investment thesis and the state of startup investing.
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