Jim Sohr has proven his capabilities as a successful entrepreneur since 1995 when he co-founded AIM Healthcare. Sohr operated as AIM’s CEO until its 2009 sale to Ingenix (a UnitedHealth Group company now operating as Optum).
In 2013, Sohr founded Powered Health to support a number of healthcare IT startups where he was a founder or primary investor. The group of supported companies quickly grew to 10, all focusing on technological solutions to some of healthcare’s toughest challenges.
Sohr has been a mentor to many new business leaders on how to deftly navigate the process of growing a company from its infancy into a thriving business. He is deeply invested in seeing the next generation of “big ideas” come to life and has supported organizations like Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, both from a financial perspective as well as hours of personal time. Sohr mentors, coaches, critiques and challenges emerging business leaders to succeed in a difficult market space.
Powered Health Advisory Board
L. Keith Mullins
Not pictured: Fred Goad, Partner at Voyent Partners