Dean Miller serves as Managing Director of the PCOM Primary Care Innovation Fund,
a venture capital fund focused on healthcare innovations, particularly those focused
broadly in the field of primary care. He brings over 25 years of experience as a healthcare
private equity investor to the PCOM Fund.
Miller also serves as president and CEO of Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies
(PACT), the largest resource in the Philadelphia region for investors and healthcare
and technology entrepreneurs.
He was previously managing director at Novitas Capital, where he focused on venture
capital investments across health care and technology. He led investments in and served
as chairman or director of Agile Therapeutics (NASDAQ: AGRX), Cernostics, Inc., Renal
Solutions (acquired by Fresenius; NYSE: FMS), Incurrent Solutions (acquired by Online
Resources; NASDAQ: ORCC), LearnNow, Inc. (acquired by Edison Schools), and VIPDesk
(acquired by International SOS).
Previously, Miller served as the chief financial officer of Adaptiv Learning Systems,
a venture-backed start-up company that was spun out of the University of Pennsylvania.
Dean began his career at the Chubb Group, where he held a variety of senior management
He holds a bachelor of arts degree in business administration and psychology from
Franklin and Marshall College and he graduated with distinction from the University
of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with an MBA in private equity.
Dean serves on the boards and advisory boards of several non-profits including Compass
where he served as Philadelphia Chairman from 2016-2020 and currently sits on the
National Board, Greenlight Fund Philadelphia, Penn Medicine Abramson Cancer Center;
and the Wharton Private Equity & Venture Capital Association which he co-founded and
served as Vice Chairman.