WHERE WILL THE MONEY COME FROM?
Health is increasingly recognized as the product of many social, economic, and environmental factors that extend far beyond the doctor’s office. This spring, two monumental policy updates now allow for greater flexibility and innovation to address these factors. Through new outcomes-based financing models like Pay for Success, health plans can tie payment to the achievement of commonly valued health outcomes. More on our blog.
Quantified Ventures featured in Governing magazine
Contributor Laurie Mazur authored "Why Environmental Impact Bonds Are Catching On," which talks about why cities like Atlanta and Baltimore are adopting the EIB and how the model helps cities share risk and learn whether new approaches work. Read the article.
WHY WE'RE EXCITED ABOUT BRICKS AND BOARDS
Quantified Ventures, with support from the U.S. Forest Service, has made a compelling case that, through application of Pay for Success, we can scale an urban wood economy in Baltimore that supports sustainable employment, reduced waste, lowers crime rates, and improves health. Read our blog.
Atlanta and Baltimore Announce EIB Projects
Big news! On March 26, we announced two new cities we'll be working with to set up Environmental Impact Bonds (EIBs) to finance green infrastructure and create greener neighborhoods: Atlanta and Baltimore. Find out more.
Funding recreational infrastructure in Wayne Forest
The National Forest Foundation contracted with Quantified Ventures to determine if the “Pay for Success” financing model could be applied to recreational infrastructure. Quantified Ventures selected the Baileys Mountain Bike Trail System to assess the feasibility of using “Pay for Success." Watch the video and learn more.
About Quantified Ventures
Quantified Ventures is a for-profit impact investing firm that helps clients finance specific and measurable environmental, health, and educational outcomes. Founded by Eric Letsinger, a “tri-sector” executive bringing 25+ years of leadership experience, Quantified Ventures works with nonprofit organizations, entrepreneurs, health plans, health systems, and governments who demonstrate capacity for transformative social and environmental good, helping them to tap into the financial resources needed to sufficiently scale operations and deliver meaningful impact.