AIC Joins Politico Health Care Summit

Featuring “GoHealth Urgent Care” & Private Equity’s Role in Improving Virtual and Digital Care 

WASHINGTON, DC – On Wednesday, June 7th, the American Investment Council will participate in POLITICO’s Health Care Summit: Checking the Pulse of America’s Health Care System.  The event will highlight how private equity investment in virtual and digital health is improving access to care.  
Cally Baute, Executive Vice President of Politico, will interview AIC President and CEO Drew Maloney and Sarah Arora, Chief Growth Officer of GoHealth Urgent Care, during an Executive Conversation.  GoHealth Urgent Care is a portfolio company backed by private equity firm TPG, and it provides care virtually and in-person at more than 200 care centers nationwide.  
The private equity industry invested more than $108 billion in U.S. healthcare throughout 2022 – representing 11.1 percent of private equity investment.  Private equity helps improve virtual and digital care, fund research and more effective treatments, expand and renovate facilities, modernize medical records and healthcare data, and make other needed investments to improve patient care across America. Click here to learn more. 
POLITICO’s summit will bring together medical providers, policymakers, and other key industry stakeholders to explore how new technologies and innovations are transforming the landscape of American health and the forces shaping the nation’s healthcare systems.

  • WHAT: POLITICO’s Health Care Summit: Checking the Pulse of America’s Health Care System 
  • WHO: AIC President & CEO Drew Maloney 
    Chief Growth Officer at GoHealth Urgent Care Sarah Arora  
    Moderated by POLITICO’s Cally Baute 
  • WHEN: Wednesday, June 7
  • WHERE: Register to attend the summit in person or virtually here.