HarmonyCares, a leading provider of value-based in-home longitudinal care, has raised $200 million to expand its integrated, physician-led in-home care model to more vulnerable patients nationwide. The company, based in Troy, Michigan, operates in 15 states with over 175 primary care providers offering comprehensive services including home health, hospice, palliative care, radiology, and laboratory. Ropes & Gray, a prominent law firm, represented HarmonyCares in this significant capital raise. The legal team was led by private equity partner Sam Levitt, with support from tax partner Eric Behl-Remijan, healthcare partners Devin Cohen and Christina Bergeron, and executive compensation & employee benefits partner Pascal Mayer. This strategic funding aims to enhance access to high-quality in-home care for vulnerable populations.

Healthcare, Private Equity, Law,United States