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Foundation Radiology Group Raises $10 Million in Venture Funding Led by Chrysalis Ventures
Date:4/13/2009

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About Chrysalis Ventures

Founded in 1993, Chrysalis Ventures is the premier venture capital firm in Mid-America, managing one of the region's largest funds for early-stage and growth investments. Chrysalis invests primarily in early-stage and expansion-stage companies in healthcare services and technology, media and communications, and emerging trends and technologies. Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Chrysalis has approximately $400 million under management and has made investments in 60 companies. For more information, please visit www.chrysalisventures.com.

About Health Evolution Partners

Health Evolution Partners is a manager of health care investment funds. It invests across the health care industry, from early stage to buyouts and from services to technologies. Health Evolution Partners invests in companies that will lead and become valuable in the new era of value-based, cost-effective and consumer-driven health care. To learn more, visit www.healthevolutionpartners.com.


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