Enhanced Healthcare Partners (EHP) has announced it has completed a strategic growth investment in Vytalize Health.

Vytalize, based in Hoboken, N.J., is a value-based care platform for seniors. The company’s vertically integrated solution combines a risk-bearing entity, virtual and in-home clinic model, and technology platform. Vytalize states that it supports physicians caring for more than 130,000 senior patients. The company announced that it had closed over $50 million in Series B financing led by EHP.

EHP, with offices in New York and Salt Lake City, Utah, is a healthcare-focused private equity firm that makes minority and majority investments in founder- and entrepreneur-led lower middle market companies. Founded in 2005, the firm seeks to invest in companies between $50 million and $250 million in enterprise value.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

FFL Partners has announced it has invested in Perlman Clinic.

Perlman, based in San Diego, is an independent provider of primary care in the Greater San Diego Market. Founded in 2005, Perlman operates 16 facilities staffed by more than 100 primary care providers who provide primary care, urgent care, behavioral health and wellness services.

FFL Partners, based in San Francisco, invests in middle market companies within healthcare and business services. Founded in 1997, the firm generally commits $50 million to $200 million to individual transactions.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

One Equity Partners (OEP) has announced the closing of its newest fund, One Equity Partners VIII, with committed capital of $2.75 billion.

Through the fund, OEP will continue to target equity investments between $30 million and $300 million in healthcare and a few other types of businesses across North America and Europe.

OEP, based in New York, is a middle market private equity firm. Founded in 2001 and spun out of J.P. Morgan in 2015, OEP seeks control-oriented investments with flexible structure in companies with revenue between $100 million and $800 million and EBITDA of $10 million to $70 million.

York Private Equity has announced it has acquired Healthcare Linen Services Group (HLSG).

HLSG, based in St. Charles, Ill., is a provider of healthcare laundry services in the Midwest and Central United States. Founded in 1915, the company operates processing plants across four regional brands — Logan’s Linens, Logan’s Uniform Rental, Superior Health Linens and Textile Care Services — that support 500 customers in 12 states.

York Private Equity, based in New York, is the private investing arm of York Capital Management. The division primarily targets control investments in middle market businesses.  Since its inception in 2008, York Private Equity states it has completed more than 50 investments.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Audax Private Equity has announced it has completed a strategic growth investment in Flow Control Holdings.

Flow Control, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is provider of sanitary flow components to producers of pharmaceuticals and other non-healthcare products. Founded in 2018, Flow Control is the parent company to Steel & O’Brien Manufacturing and Ace Sanitary.

Audax, with private equity offices in Boston, New York and San Francisco, focuses on investments in middle market companies and has a wide flexibility on investment size. Founded in 1999, the firm targets companies within healthcare and several other industries, specifically those generating between $10 million and $50 million in annual EBITDA.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Thomas H. Lee Partners (THL) has announced it will acquire a majority interest in Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO) from Warburg Pincus.

The deal was reported to be worth more than $1.5 billion.

IMO, based in Rosemont, Ill., is a healthcare data enablement company. Founded in 1994, the company states that its suite of software products is used by more than 740,000 physicians daily.

THL, based in Boston, is a private equity firm investing in middle market growth companies in three sectors, including healthcare. Founded in 1974, the firm typically targets companies with enterprise values between $250 million and $2.5 billion.

Warburg Pincus, based in New York, is a global private equity firm focused on growth investing. Founded in 1966, the firm takes a long-term perspective and invests in businesses at all stages of development within healthcare and several other sectors.

Berkshire Partners and Warburg Pincus have agreed to invest in Ensemble Health Partners, according to a news release.

Ensemble, based in Cincinnati, Ohio, is a provider of technology-enabled revenue cycle management solutions for health systems. Founded in 2014, the company states it has partnered with nearly 300 hospitals across the United States.

Berkshire Partners is based in Boston. Its private equity division, Berkshire Private Equity, seeks majority or minority ownership investment opportunities in healthcare and several sectors, The firm seeks to invest $100 million to $1 billion in companies with enterprise values of $200 million to $2 billion.

Warburg Pincus, based in New York, is a global private equity firm focused on growth investing. Founded in 1966, the firm takes a long-term perspective and invests in businesses at all stages of development within healthcare and several other sectors.

Bon Secours Mercy Health will continue as an Ensemble commercial partner and shareholder while Golden Gate Capital will retain a minority interest in the company.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

TELEO Capital Management has announced it has acquired CHCS Services from Capgemini America.

CHCS, based in Pensacola, Fla., is a technology-enabled third-party administrator for the senior health and eldercare markets. Founded in 1989, the company focuses on long-term care and Medicare supplement plans.

TELEO, based in El Segundo, Calif., is a lower middle market private equity firm. Founded in 2018, the firm seeks to invest $10 million to $25 million per platform and targets companies in healthcare IT and a few other sectors with between $10 million and $100 million in revenue.

Capgemini America, based in New York, provides consulting, technology, and outsourcing services.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Kelso & Co. has sold Refresh Mental Health to Optum, according to Axios.

Refresh Mental Health, based in Jacksonville Beach, Fla., is the parent company of mental health practices located throughout the United States. The company states that it has more than 300 locations in 37 states.

Kelso & Co., based in New York, specializes in supporting management buyouts. Founded in 1971, the firm prefers to make more substantial investments in a few targeted sectors, including healthcare.

Optum, based in Eden Prairie, Minn., is the healthcare solutions unit of UnitedHealth Group.

Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe (WCAS) announced earlier this month that it will acquire a majority ownership stake in LIBERTY Dental Plan Corp.

LIBERTY, based in Irvine, Calif., is a dental benefits administrator. Founded in 2002, the company states it administers dental benefits in all 50 states.

WCAS, based in New York, is a private equity firm focused exclusively on the healthcare and technology industries. Founded in 1979, the firm targets growth-oriented companies with an investment strategy that is deal-size agnostic.

Anthem, a LIBERTY customer, will become a minority investor in the company.

The transaction is expected to close later this year. Terms were not disclosed.