IN HLTH 2022 Conference at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas last week, healthcare leaders shared how their companies are making a difference in transforming healthcare from clinical decision support, interoperability, healthcare equity, mental health, virtual care, remote patient monitoring and more. Check out their interviews with MedCity Editor-in-Chief Arundhati Parmar and Senior Reporter Katie Adams.
DexCare is a data-driven intelligence company, an offshoot of the Providence Health System. Executive Director Derek Stith talks about how health technology businesses are providing services to improve access to healthcare and sheds light on how providers can use DexCare to reduce costs.
Dr. Brad DeFace, Chief Business Officer, Thyme Care describes how value-based oncology company Thyme Care provides a dedicated nurse and navigator to connect consumers with appropriate resources for the patient and caregiver journey.
Steve Yaskin, Hello Gorilla CEO and co-founder, lays out its company’s goals as a healthcare data interoperability platform, building a bridge between the public and private sectors, with regulatory compliance a priority. Yaskin also touches on Health Gorilla’s work to be part of the Trusted Exchange Framework, Common Agreement and Qualified Health Information Network.
David Stein, CEO of Babson Diagnostics, talks about how his company collaborates with Becton Dickinson and Siemens. The goal is to improve the quality of the capillary blood test so that a smaller volume of blood can be collected and used for applications outside of testing blood glucose levels.
Michelle Davey, CEO and founder of Wheel, highlights the sustainability of virtual care, the importance of virtual first care, and why her business is building essential infrastructure to enable virtual care services. Davey also shares his perspective on the factors that distinguish great telehealth from bad telehealth.
Dr. Katherine Saunders, co-founder of Intellihealth, shares some of the misconceptions about obesity treatment and how Intellihealth is working to improve access and understanding of the standard of care through an app and telemedicine services.
Nine out of 10 students surveyed say there is a mental health crisis at their school, but there is a significant gap between supply and demand. Dr. Bob Booth, TimelyMD Chief Care Officer, explains that this is why Timely MD provides mental health services to students. About 75% of students say the company has helped them improve their mental health, in part through Timely MD’s peer-to-peer platform, which was noted as a priority by students.
CEO of BrightInsight and co-founder Kal Patel talks about his company’s quality management system, which has a rigorous, secure software infrastructure to support the product development needs of pharmaceutical and medical companies. Patel also details some of the details of the expanded partnership with rare disease company CSL Behring and previews plans for 2023.
Web Sun, president and co-founder of Komodo Health, shares how life sciences companies are using its health economics and health outcomes research platform for clients that span academic institutions and life sciences companies. It also highlights research Komodo has done to identify care gaps and inconsistencies in maternal health care delivery and how to address them, such as clinical trials.
Jonathan Salon, President of MDLive, offers insight into how the Covid-19 pandemic has shifted the virtual care model from a business focused on transactional acute care to a business focused on longitudinal care. For MDLive, this reflects a shift to virtual primary care, which is far more sophisticated than emergency care but far more personal. Our technology platform is built organically, removing friction points for patients. He also talked about the impact of the acquisition of the business by Cigna subsidiary Evernorth.
Anne Barnes, Smart medical objects CEOnotes how the business seeks to help clinicians reduce burnout by providing richer, standardized, normalized data with a focus on the acute care provider and ambulatory services market.
Dan Vahdat, CEO and founder of Huma, shares his company’s unique journey in supporting remote patient monitoring. Although Huma’s operations are global, the US reimbursement model offers an advantage and opportunities to build a presence in the US market. It also shares the importance of a strong user interface and onboarding strategy to improve patient engagement and sets out goals for 2023, including collaborations in asthma, COPD and oncology.
veda CEO and co-founder Megan Gaffney breaks down how health data automation can save health systems money and how the company is looking at health data challenges.