VisiQuate: Helping Healthcare Organizations Achieve Peak Business Health with Advanced Analytics

Brian Robertson

Brian Robertson, Founder & CEO, VisiQuate As the famous mathematician Clive Humby said, “Data is the new oil.”  It is a valuable resource and very useful when refined, and more importantly, when used for achieving some community or societal greater good. In healthcare, data plays a critical role in everything from predicting disease outbreaks and […]

Seabright Healthcare Solutions: Promoting Efficiency in Healthcare Supply Chain through Innovative Solutions

Paul Hasbrook

Paul Hasbrook, CEO & Co-Founder, Seabright Healthcare Solutions The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed just how badly fractured our healthcare supply chain can be and how desperately it needs innovation. What makes healthcare supply chain management so complex is the fact that all stakeholders involved in the process seek to protect their interests. We have physicians […]

Homestead Telehealth: Changing the Face of Home Healthcare for Aging Population with Proactive Telecare Technology

Thomas Franks President

Thomas Franks, President, Homestead Telehealth Currently, there are approximately 34.5 million seniors in the United States and by 2030 this number is expected to grow to almost 71 million. In fact, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control, around 10,000 seniors are turning 65 every day. This means that nearly seven baby boomers are turning […]

InDxLogic: Transforming Complex Health Information Workflows into a Reportable, Easily Manageable Operation

Indx Logic

Michael Ebaugh, CEO, InDxLogic Health records are the building blocks for offering meticulous and efficient healthcare services. Thus, healthcare providers are increasingly turning to paperless records to improve the efficiency, quality, and safety of medical care. However, despite these varied benefits,digital record-keeping also comes with its underlying challenges in terms of administrative burdens. Most healthcare […]

HealthRhythms: Redefining the Way Mental Health Is Measured and Managed in the Twenty-First Century

Health Rhythms

Ellen Frank, CEO, HealthRhythms In contrast to all other areas of medicine, mental health care is still reliant on highly subjective, episodic, memory-biased patient reports to make diagnostic determinations and treatment decisions. This leads to poor treatment outcomes, high dropout rates, and unnecessary ER visits and hospitalizations that make mental disorders a $1.7 trillion burden […]