Financial Services Technology
Ann Lamont, Managing Partner, joined Oak in 1982 and served as General Partner from 1986 to 2006. She currently leads the healthcare and financial services technology teams at Oak.
Annie currently serves on the Board of Independent Living Systems. Prior investments include Acculynk, Benefitfocus, athenahealth, American Esoteric Laboratories (acquired by Sonic Healthcare Limited), Argus Information & Advisory Services (acquired by Verisk Analytics), FreshBooks, CareMedic Systems (acquired by Ingenix), CLARiENT (acquired by GE Healthcare), Harbor Payments (acquired by American Express), Health Dialog (acquired by British United Provident Association), NetSpend (acquired TSYS), Odyssey Healthcare, Oak Tree/Oxford, PayFlex Systems (acquired by Aetna), PharMEDium Healthcare (acquired by CD&R), Point Carbon (acquired by Thomson Reuters), Precision Medicine Group (acquired by PowerPlay), Psychiatric Solutions, TxVia (acquired by Google), United BioSource (acquired by Medco Health Solutions) and xG Health Solutions (acquired by Geisinger Health). Annie also is a member of The Advisory Council for The Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI and JP Morgan Chase). Annie is ranked the number one healthcare investor on the Forbes Midas List.
Prior to joining Oak, Annie was a research associate with Hambrecht & Quist. Annie served on the Stanford University Board of Trustees. She has also served on the Executive Board of the National Venture Capital Association. Annie graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Political Science.