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Entrepreneur Spotlight

 


Bob Sheehy (left)
CEO Bright Health &
Flare Capital Executive Partner

There’s a better way to better health. We are realigning the broken payer-provider relationship, focusing on the consumer, and reimagining how technology can simplify the healthcare experience from beginning-to-end.

 


Rushika Fernandopulle
Co-founder & CEO
Iora Health

We at Iora Health have a bold vision to restore humanity to healthcare — a team approach that puts the patient first, a payment system based on care (not billing codes), and innovative technologies built around people (not processes).

 

 


Stephen McHale
CEO & Cofounder
Explorys

I am committed to unlocking the power of Big Data to improve healthcare for everyone.

 


Jeff Margolis
Chairman & CEO
Welltok

We’re a fanatical team of healthcare enthusiasts who are on a mission to transform the nation’s healthcare system from one of sickcare to optimized health.

 


Andy Eckert
CEO
Valence Health

The US healthcare delivery system is going through a $300 billion shift. Valence Health is taking the lead by offering technology, advisory and managed services to providers as they make the volume-to-value transition.

 


Darin Brannan
President, CEO &
Co-Founder
ClearDATA

In order to improve healthcare overall, it is super important to first address the IT foundation. Healthcare IT is moving to the cloud. It is a massive, underpenetrated market and ClearDATA is leading the way.

Recent News

Forty-one 2016 digital health mergers and acquisitions

December 9, 2016 — Just like last year, 2016 ended up being a big year for acquisitions. With 41 acquisitions, that beats out 2015’s total of 36, and many were from high-profile, attention-grabbing companies such as Google, Fitbit and Phillips.

In the first half of 2016, MobiHealthNews tracked 16 acquisitions. The activity kept up into the third quarter with 15 acquisitions and one …

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Blog

JAN 23
2017

Whoa Nelly – A Pullback on the Reins…

Maybe you thought that the investment pace was going to slow even faster than it did in this past quarter, which dropped nearly 20% when compared to 3Q16? Per the National Venture Capital Association, in partnership with PitchBook, 4Q16 marked the sixth consecutive quarterly decline in deal volume. What is perhaps more surprising was that the …

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Dec 23
2016

Israel – Such a Complicated Corner of the World…

As I reflect on a head-spinning five days in Israel last week, it struck me that for all that is going on around that country, people seem remarkably poised and operate with such grace. Next to the lead article in The Jerusalem Post about the delivery of two F-35 jet fighters (which was very big news, maybe in part because they were …

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NOV 03
2016

Life Expectancy Gradient – Role of Healthcare …

It is readily accepted that social determinants and education levels directly influence life expectancy gradients; that is, the central issue to well-being is not simply poverty but more fundamentally an issue of inequality. The profound promise of technology in healthcare is its role as the great democratizing force …

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