AVIA's mission is to help our innovator network identify, select and deploy the best emerging IT-enabled solutions to drive growth, improve operating efficiency and compete on value. We enable collaboration between providers and entrepreneurs to accelerate impact and mitigate risk. The AVIA innovator network was founded by leading provider organizations and remains provider-led. In addition to hospitals and health systems, our network also consists of entrepreneurs and sponsoring partners who are all striving to positively change health care delivery.
How we work: 

● We support a disciplined innovation process through Innovation cohorts, that address the most pressing contemporary provider challenges. 

● We evaluate hundreds of innovations in four domains: patient engagement, care delivery optimization, operating efficiency, and data insights to support population health management.
● We help providers build their innovation capacity and skill. 

● We accelerate implementation via dynamic playbooks, tailored to distinct provider environments. 

● We co-invest in companies and solutions chosen by our innovator network, based on market need and strategic fit.

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Chicago, US
Size (employees)
296 (est)
AVIA was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Chicago, US
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AVIA Office Locations

AVIA has an office in Chicago
Chicago, US (HQ)
300 111 E Upper Wacker Dr
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AVIA Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$19.1 m

Latest funding size

$7.20 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago


AVIA's latest funding round in August 2016 was reported to be $7.2 m. In total, AVIA has raised $19.1 m
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AVIA News and Updates

Mercy Health signs on with AVIA Innovator Network

The large health system aims to learn from the IT successes of more than two dozen other peers, such as Rush, Providence St. Joseph, Sutter Health and more.

Here's where hospitals are investing in innovation today

AHA says nearly three-quarters of large healthcare organizations have either built an innovation center or have plans to do so soon.
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