Miki Kapoor joins Linden as HCIT Operating Partner
Chicago, Illinois (March 1, 2021) – Linden Capital Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused exclusively on healthcare, today announced that Miki Kapoor joined the firm as an Operating Partner. Mr. Kapoor will support Linden’s healthcare technology efforts. Mr. Kapoor is an accomplished executive with over 20 years of healthcare data and technology experience. Most recently, Mr. Kapoor cofounded and served as the President and CEO of Verana Health, a healthcare technology company that partners with leading medical associations to transform clinical data into actionable real-world evidence.
Prior to joining Verana Health, Mr. Kapoor was CEO of Tea Leaves Health, a SaaS-based analytics and marketing technology platform used by hospital systems to target consumers and physicians with coordinated engagement campaigns. Under his leadership, Tea Leaves accelerated its growth leading to an acquisition by Welltok. Mr. Kapoor was previously the President of Everyday Health, a publicly-traded provider of digital health marketing and communications solutions, which was acquired by J2 Global under his leadership. Prior to that, he was the Head of the Global Payer and Provider Division for IMS Health, now IQVIA, during its take-private and initial public offering. Mr. Kapoor began his career as a healthcare investment banker at Société Générale and Cowen & Company.
“We are excited for Miki to join Linden,” said Linden Partner Kam Shah. “He brings tremendous experience as a founder and executive at technology companies that span the breadth of the healthcare industry, including provider, payor, and pharma.”
“I look forward to partnering with Linden,” said Mr. Kapoor. “I was particularly drawn to Linden’s differentiated Operating Partner model and am excited to play an active role in identifying and supporting exceptional healthcare technology companies.”
Mr. Kapoor holds an MBA and MPH from Yale University and a BA in Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a Fulbright Fellow, a board member of several healthcare organizations, a former visiting professor at two universities, and former Executive Vice President and Global Head of Health Systems and Health Finance at the Clinton Foundation in Africa and India.