TRADING QUOTES 2:13 PM August 16, 2018
Total Public Proceeds at IPO ($mm): $250.0
% Held in Trust: 100.0%
$ Held in Trust per Unit: $10.00
Mgmt's Sector Expertise/Focus: Healthcare
IPO Date: Feb. 16, 2018
Months to Complete: 24
Deadline Date: Feb. 16, 2020
Unit Structure (DFBHU)
Share (DFBH): 1 Share of Common Stock
Warrant (DFBHW): 1/3 Warrant
Public Warrant Terms:
Exercise Price: $11.50
Redemption Price: $18.00
Cash or Cashless Redemption: Mgmt's Discretion
Book-runner(s) and Lead Mgr(s): Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank
Co-Manager(s): Leerink Partners
Fees (Upfront/Deferred): 2.0% / 3.5%
Issuer's Counsel: Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Underwriter's Counsel: Kirkland & Ellis LLP
MANAGEMENT & BOARD
Richard Barasch, 64
President, CEO and Chairman
Mr. Barasch was Chief Executive Officer of Universal American Corp., a publicly-traded health insurance company focused on the senior market, from 1995 until the Company’s acquisition by WellCare Health Plans in April 2017. He has served as a Senior Advisor at Vestar Capital Partners, a private equity firm, since April, 2017. He served as a director of Universal’s American Progressive Life and Health Insurance Company of New York subsidiary since 1991. Mr. Barasch has developed an extensive network of contacts throughout the healthcare industry and speaks regularly at industry conferences as a healthcare services expert. He has served on a number of healthcare and charity boards of directors. Mr. Barasch graduated from Swarthmore College and Columbia University Law School.
Christopher Wolfe, 38
Mr. Wolfe was a partner of Capital Z Partners, a middle market private equity firm, from June 2003 until December 2017. He was responsible for sourcing, structuring, execution and monitoring of private equity transactions across a variety of verticals. Mr. Wolfe served on the board of directors of Universal American Corp. from 2009 to 2014. Prior to joining Capital Z in 2003, Mr. Wolfe worked in the mergers and acquisitions group at Credit Suisse First Boston. Mr. Wolfe graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College.
Board of Directors
Steven Hochberg, 56
Mr. Hochberg joined Deerfield Management in 2013 to work on structured transactions. Mr. Hochberg has been a co-founder and manager of many healthcare companies and led the merger of two New York City based hospital systems, which created a healthcare delivery system in New York City with revenues in excess of $5 billion. Mr. Hochberg has also led investments in more than 50 healthcare companies including rollups of companies within the services and the medtech sectors. Since 2004, Mr. Hochberg has managed Ascent Biomedical Ventures, a leading venture capital firm he co-founded focused on early stage investment and development of biomedical companies. Since 2011, Mr. Hochberg had been the Chairman of the Board of Continuum Health Partners until its merger with Mount Sinai in 2013, where he is the Senior Vice Chairman of the Mount Sinai Health System, a non-profit healthcare integrated delivery system in New York City with over $5 billion in annual revenues. Mr. Hochberg serves on the board of Solar Capital and Solar Senior Capital, two publicly-traded business development companies. Mr. Hochberg is also a member of the Board of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation, an organization focused on advancing new technologies and education in the field of cardiovascular medicine. Mr. Hochberg graduated from the University of Michigan and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Mohit Kaushal, 39
Dr. Kaushal has had an extensive career within investing, clinical medicine and public policy. Dr. Kaushal has served as a special advisor to General Atlantic since 2015. He was a partner in Aberdare Ventures from 2013 to 2014. During his time in the Obama administration, he was a member of the White House Health IT task force; a cross agency team implementing the technology aspects of the ACA and testified to Congress on the application of technology and payment reform to the Medicare population. He also built and led the first dedicated health care team at the Federal Communications Commission, where his team initiated collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration for the regulatory streamlining of converged telecommunications, data analytics and medical devices leading to the release of the mobile medical applications guidance by the FDA. In addition, his team reformed the Rural Healthcare fund to create the Healthcare Connect Fund, which aligned the funding mechanism with wider health care payment policy and technology reform. Dr. Kaushal is a lead investor, board member or advisor to numerous transformational healthcare companies. Dr. Kaushal is an emergency room physician, holds an MBA from Stanford and an MD with distinction from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London. He is an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University with a joint position within the newly created Biomedical Data Science Department and the medical school’s Clinical Excellence Research Center.
Dr. Gregory Sorensen, 55
Dr. Sorensen served as the president and CEO of Siemens Healthcare North America from June 2011 to September 2015. Prior to Siemens, he served as Professor of Radiology and Health Sciences & Technology at Harvard Medical School; a faculty member of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology; and co-director of the A.A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, as well as a visiting Professor of Neuroradiology at Oxford University. Leading up to his appointment with Siemens, Greg was a practicing Neuroradiologist and active researcher with significant experience in clinical care, clinical trials, and translational research. His research and techniques are utilized by numerous centers throughout the world in phase II and III trials in cancer, stroke, and other illnesses. He holds a B.S. in biology from California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, a M.S. in computer science from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, and a medical degree from Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. Dr. Sorensen has served as the Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors for IMRIS, Inc., the leader in image guided therapy solutions, the President and Chief Executive Officer of DeepHealth, Inc. since April 2017, the Chairman of Fusion Healthcare Staffing, LLC, and a member of the board of directors of Inviero LLC since December 2017.
Dr. Susan Weaver, 56
Dr. Weaver has served as the Chief Executive Officer of C3HealthcareRX, a healthcare and pharmacy services company, since July 2016, and as the Founder and President of Transformation Health Partners, LLC since September 2015. Dr. Weaver was the Chief Medical Officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina from 2014 to 2015 after serving as the Vice President, Health Delivery Redesign from December 2012 to early 2014. Prior to joining Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Dr. Weaver was the Executive Vice President, Medical Affairs for WakeMed Health & Hospital from September 2011 to December 2012 and the Senior Vice President, Medical Affairs and Physician Practices from January 2009 to September 2011. Dr. Weaver also served as an Executive Director and Physician and founding member for Alliance Medical Ministry, a 501(c)(3) providing medical care to the working uninsured of Wake County, North Carolina. She holds an M.D. from Duke University School of Medicine and a B.S. in Psychology from Duke University.