Vivian Health, an IAC company and a leading healthcare jobs marketplace serving healthcare professionals first, today announced a $60 million primary and secondary equity investment led by Thoma Bravo, a leading software investment firm, with participation from IAC and Collaborative Fund. The new capital will be used to accelerate Vivian’s rapid growth and further its scale among healthcare clinicians and employers, as well as to support future M&A initiatives.
As the first jobs marketplace built for healthcare professionals, Vivian offers employers a fast and effective way to fill a variety of healthcare jobs, including permanent roles, per-diem shifts, local contracts, and travel positions. Vivian has seen significant adoption among healthcare professionals, with over 700,000 registered clinicians using the job marketplace. Much of this growth has come through organic channels and word-of-mouth. The U.S. healthcare industry is on track to be more than three million workers short by 2026, which is why over 145 healthcare employers, including staffing agencies and health systems, are partnering with Vivian to fill their open healthcare jobs up to 50% faster than with other solutions, reducing costs by up to 80%.
Since being acquired by IAC in 2019, Vivian has grown revenue by more than 45x and has facilitated more than 3 million job applications to date. Vivian and IAC’s temporary labor platform Bluecrew, which has filled one million job shifts, have both accelerated growth year over year.
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