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Go Big or Go Home: Lifespark Scores $16.1 M to Grow Company

  • Apr 9, 2020
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

Lifespark — a home-based care company known for its innovative whole-person focus — has scored a new $16.1 million investment, the first the company has accepted since its 2004 founding.

The investment — which was led by Burlingame, California-based private equity firm Virgo Investment Group — came in the form of Series A preferred stock.

St. Louis Park, Minnesota-based Lifespark has made a name for itself in the home-based care world by connecting the dots of senior care to deliver better medical outcomes, improve quality of life and cut overall health care costs.

Read on for the full article in Home Health Care News

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