Lorient Capital and Martis Capital, two private equity firms, have made a growth equity investment in Rise Health, a primary care service that uses technology to operate and support primary care clinics.

Rise Health was founded to drive the adoption of value-based primary care, aiming to support primary care physicians in helping their patients get the best care possible. The technology-enabled model looks to allow Rise Health to focus on outcomes and quality of care over volume of services, with a focus on serving underserved patient populations. The partnership works to help Rise Health drive growth across the southwest U.S.

“We have a shared vision to usher in the next generation of value-based care that is focused on partnering with primary care practices to help them evolve into the linchpin and quarterback of the care continuum they were always meant to be,” comments Jordan Broome, managing partner at Lorient Capital.