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ISSUE 2: TOP 50 HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY CEOS OF 2019

ISSUE 2: Digital Magazine
Healthcare Technology
Peter Hickey, CEO

Peter Hickey, CEO

Adaptiiv Medical Technologies

A 67-year-old female was treated at the Nova Scotia Health Authority for mycosis fungoides of the forehead, eyelid, and nose with mycosis fungoides involving the upper face. As a part of her treatment plan, the application of bolus for Modulated Electron Radiation Therapy (MERT) was necessary to deliver the prescribed dose to the skin surface to treat her disease with two separate electron fields.

Shai Hershkovich, CEO

Shai Hershkovich, CEO

Allerguard

Allerguard brings a new concept for food allergens detection by using nanotechnology and machine-learning technologies.

Sergey Musienko, CEO

Sergey Musienko, CEO

Atlas Biomed

A personalized health company applying the latest genetic technologies to inspire consumers into a positive lifestyle change, and lead them into a healthier future.

Kristen Valdes, Founder And CEO

Kristen Valdes, Founder And CEO

b.well™ Connected Health

B.well is an integrated health management platform that connects consumers with a personalized digital experience to manage all aspects of their health. For payers, the solution provides unmatched digital navigation and for health systems it becomes the single digital front door to transform and execute on digital strategy.

Josef Scheiber, MD & Founder

Josef Scheiber, MD & Founder

BioVariance

Medical errors are as fatal as terminal diseases. Often numerous patients die due to the recurring medical errors in the healthcare systems. The modern healthcare sector is continuously challenged with this festering issue as they strive to deliver safe and higher quality care.

Yaron Rapaport, CEO

Yaron Rapaport, CEO

Bone Sci. Bio Ltd

Bone Sci Bio is developing PeptOss, a product that treats bones by promoting the formation and repair of their tissue.

Jacob Lee, CEO

Jacob Lee, CEO

CAIDE Systems

Despite the upheaval that AI has created in the healthcare space, the lack of well-annotated data has been the biggest challenge in the development of disease detection AI engines. It slows the process and is very expensive. Moreover, annotation and labeling demand a heavy workload from medical doctors in the development stage of medical AI engines. Applying his extensive experience in objective recognition for medical image-based diagnosis using AI deep learning, Jacob Lee found the perfect solution to reduce the burden from this data annotation and labeling process.

Dr. Barbara Howard President

Dr. Barbara Howard President

CHADIS - Total Child Health

We built CHADIS (CHADIS.com) to address problems delivering evidence-based healthcare. CHADIS is a web-based system facilitating care for children and adults including: pre-visit online screening; moment of care decision support; and post-visit patient engagement with individual webpages populated with educational handouts and resources. CHADIS provides patient-generated data for documentation of guideline-based care. CHADIS has >2M patients enrolled in 45 states.

Gerry Miller, CEO

Gerry Miller, CEO

Cloudticity

Cloudticity helps healthcare companies design, build, migrate, and manage HIPAA-compliant systems in Amazon Web Services.

Andreas Hogg, CEO

Andreas Hogg, CEO

Coat-X

Coat-X provides unique solutions for protecting high value-added components against moisture penetration and corrosion.

Benedikt Brueckle, CEO

Benedikt Brueckle, CEO

CompuGroup Medical

CompuGroup Medical Provides software and communications solutions that assist doctors, dentists, general practitioners, and clinics.

Tanveer Patel Co-Founder & CEO

Tanveer Patel Co-Founder & CEO

Concert Care

Digitization has crawled into every phase of healthcare. As consumers of healthcare are gaining more medical knowledge, the demand for better service and outcomes is increasing like never before; and the only means to meet this need is through technology. “The best way to deliver healthcare to all at high quality is to be preventative and reach the consumers early before they need it,” notes Tanveer Patel, Co-Founder and CEO of ConcertCare.

West Shell Co-founder, CEO & Chairman

West Shell Co-founder, CEO & Chairman

‎Conversa Health

Conversa’s innovative, scalable, and reliable technology delivers an easy and meaningful way for care teams and patients to communicate.

Anne Marie Kirby, Founder & CEO

Anne Marie Kirby, Founder & CEO

CoreHealth Technologies

CoreHealth is a total well-being technology company trusted by global wellness providers to maximize health, engagement and productivity for 3+ million employees worldwide.

Scott Shreeve, CEO

Scott Shreeve, CEO

Crossover Health

Crossover Health is a digital-first, integrated medical group for self-insured employers.

Waqas Ahmed,  Founder & CEO

Waqas Ahmed, Founder & CEO

CURA4U/American TelePhysicians (ATP)

Building digital healthcare eco-systems to provide affordable healthcare through its Direct to Patients Marketplace project CURA4U and SmartClinix

Naheed Kurji, President and CEO

Naheed Kurji, President and CEO

Cyclica

Cyclica is a globally recognized biotechnology company that leverages artificial intelligence and computational biophysics to reshape the drug discovery process.

Shelby Sanderford, Founder

Shelby Sanderford, Founder

DOCPACE

DOCPACE an innovative solution that integrates with your EMR and sends real-time text messages to your day-of patients, keeping them updated on any delays for their scheduled appointment time.

Thomas Grandell, CEO & Co-founder

Thomas Grandell, CEO & Co-founder

Etsimo Healthcare

Etsimo offers a healthcare platform that leverages AI and machine learning on top of health data, making it possible for healthcare providers and insurance companies to instantly offer their customers an engaging experience and predictive and preventive healthcare through existing and future digital channels.

John Serri, PhD, President and Co-founder

John Serri, PhD, President and Co-founder

EyeQue

EyeQue is the leader of at-home vision testing, bringing affordable eye care to everyone.

Dr. Tsafrir Kolatt,  CEO & Co-founder

Dr. Tsafrir Kolatt, CEO & Co-founder

Fertigo Medical

Fertigo Medical is a medical device company set to transform In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment.

Dmitry Gurski,  Co-Founder & CEO

Dmitry Gurski, Co-Founder & CEO

Flo Health

Flo is an AI-powered women’s health platform.

Larry Cohen, CEO

Larry Cohen, CEO

Glycotest

Glycotest is a diagnostics company commercializing blood tests for life-threatening liver cancers and fibrosis-cirrhosis.

Dr. Cristin A. Dickerson, CEO & MD

Dr. Cristin A. Dickerson, CEO & MD

Green Imaging

Green Imaging is a full service virtual medical imaging network owned and operated by a group of board-certified radiologists.

Ali Safavi, Founder & CEO

Ali Safavi, Founder & CEO

Grenova

Grenova an innovative company that is revolutionizing lab consumables through high-quality waste reduction solutions.

Terry Rowinski President and CEO

Terry Rowinski President and CEO

Health Payment Systems

HPS is a healthcare technology provider offering solutions to enhance the healthcare billing and payment experience for consumers, while also driving value to healthcare providers, insurance companies and employers.

Shani Toledano Co-Founder & CEO

Shani Toledano Co-Founder & CEO

HT BioImaging

HT BioImaging is a medical imaging startup that has developed a new medical image modality.

Gil Blander, PhD Founder & CSO

Gil Blander, PhD Founder & CSO

InsideTracker (Segterra)

Provides science-based personalized health analytics such as blood.

Michael Wang, Founder & CEO

Michael Wang, Founder & CEO

Inspiren

A nurse-led technology company, introduces the world’s first cognitive patient care assistant, known as iN.

Christopher J. Ianelli, MD, CEO

Christopher J. Ianelli, MD, CEO

iSpecimen Inc.

During his service at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Dr. Christopher Ianelli noticed a software solution that orchestrated the distribution of leftover specimens to researchers developed within the clinical laboratory of the hospital. Acknowledging that these “clinical remnant” specimens held tremendous value for medical research, he quickly realized the power of this solution to reduce waste and accelerate research by connecting bench researchers to a steady supply of remnant clinical samples.

Lora Haddock, Founder & CEO

Lora Haddock, Founder & CEO

Lora DiCarlo

A woman-run start-up that is determined to change the face of SexTech.

Carrie Chitsey, Co-Founder & CEO

Carrie Chitsey, Co-Founder & CEO

One Touch Telehealth

Empowers healthcare organizations to have their own branded telehealth solution in minutes reaching today’s digital patients.

William J. Febbo, CEO & Director

William J. Febbo, CEO & Director

OptimizeRx

provides unique physician and consumer platforms and strategies to help patients better afford and adhere to their treatment regimens, while offering pharmaceutical and healthcare companies more effective ways to deliver relevant information and services to healthcare providers and their patients right at the point of care.

Justin Barad, MD Co-Founder & CEO

Justin Barad, MD Co-Founder & CEO

Osso VR

Osso VR is an award winning VR surgical and medical device training platform. The company is made up of practicing clinicians, professional VR developers and medtech industry veterans. We specialize in hyper-realistic, haptic-enhanced, hands-on interactivity and design.

James Dudley, CEO

James Dudley, CEO

Parathon

Parathon is the original full-scale healthcare Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) data integrator.

John Steele, CEO

John Steele, CEO

Pareto Intelligence

Pareto Intelligence is a leading healthcare technology company modernizing the way health plans and providers succeed in value-based care. We deliver analytics, technology and advisory solutions, supported by predictive models and advanced data science, that demystify complex healthcare data and deliver actionable insights to improve outcomes.

Luke Kervin, Co-founder & Co-CEO

Luke Kervin, Co-founder & Co-CEO

PatientPop

The first all-in-one practice growth platform for healthcare providers

Gregory Makoul, Founder & CEO

Gregory Makoul, Founder & CEO

PatientWisdom

A SaaS digital health platform that transforms the experience and delivery of care by listening to the people involved, individually and at scale.

Eesha Sheikh, CEO

Eesha Sheikh, CEO

Playpal

A smart health platform powered by blockchain and artificial intelligence.

Daniel A. Etra, CEO

Daniel A. Etra, CEO

Rethink First

A web-based autism treatment platform that combines a proven treatment methodology (ABA) with a proven method of instruction (video modeling).

Yasir Ali, Co-Founder & CEO

Yasir Ali, Co-Founder & CEO

Rivews

An SMS based health care mobile engagement company that utilizes two-way dialogues to improve patient engagement, experience and health outcomes.

Dirk Wagener, GM

Dirk Wagener, GM

Stone Three Healthcare

Cardiovascular disease or CVD is a global problem. Though typically viewed as a “rich-world disease”, it has now migrated to many developing countries. The rising prevalence of CVD, today, calls for cost-effective and intelligent patient-centric healthcare technology that empowers care teams and has a real impact on patients.

Ken Tarkoff, CEO

Ken Tarkoff, CEO

Syapse

Syapse is on a mission to deliver the best care for every cancer patient through precision medicine.

Gabriela Fuentes, COO

Gabriela Fuentes, COO

Transmural Biotech S.L

The value of AI has been accelerating the healthcare space at an increasing rate. In fact, AI-powered medical diagnostics is today driving the critical changes across the care continuum. However, AI technologies are not believed to replace doctors despite its transformative power. “We view AI only as a new medical device that allows doctors to ‘better see’ each case,” says Gabriela Fuentes, COO, Transmural Biotech or TMB. “For instance, doctors with different degrees of training reach different conclusions on a clinical diagnosis. Instead, if they have access to data-driven AI image processing technology to support their decision, objective results can be attained regardless of their training.” Upholding the same principle, TMB develops innovative clinical solutions and services using disruptive technologies based on AI.

Benjamine Liu, CEO

Benjamine Liu, CEO

Trialspark

A technology company that helps bring treatments to patients faster.

Oren Goldshtein CEO & Co-Founder

Oren Goldshtein CEO & Co-Founder

Vectorious Medical Technologies

Vectorious world’s first in-heart microcomputer, enables effective management of heart failure.

Nersi Nazari, CEO

Vitalconnect

VitalConnect provides physicians, nurses and patients with an extraordinary advancement in healthcare. Never before has so much continuous monitoring of vital signs been possible in a single, small—yet powerful—device. By consolidating eight critical vital signs into one wireless biosensor,VitalPatch enables a new view into healthcare, but more importantly it connects all interested parties in a patient’s recovery with each other.

Maximillian Jaffe, Co-Founder & COO

Maximillian Jaffe, Co-Founder & COO

WeRecover

WeRecover automates the process of finding the right addiction treatment program by streamlining care navigation, seamlessly integrating patient communication, and curating matches between patients and providers using a proprietary algorithm.

Amanda Zaremski, CEO

Amanda Zaremski, CEO

WinutRx

A mobile medication management tool for individuals with cardiovascular disease that aids in the prevention of Adverse Drug Events.

Eddie Peloke, CEO

Eddie Peloke, CEO

Workpath

Workpath technology organizes, manages, and digitally dispatches labor to perform important services in healthcare and beyond.

Potential of nanotechnology in medical sector

The word nano take us to the tiniest shapes but the measurement of nano is much smaller than what we expect. Nano can be defined as one billionth of something. The measuring scale of nano is recently been added to almost every business sector including medical sector. It is allowing the medical professionals to measure and study the tiniest particles like cell components, viruses, DNA, and more. With the help of nano technology, medical sector has developed sub microscopic labs, tools, tubes and robots. DNA is the most basic element of human body, with the manipulation of DNA a number of diseases can be treated effectively by having a great control over the growth of DNA.

Healthcare and technology moving hand on hand for the best results

Advancements in the medical sector is not hidden from anyone, every single eye in this world has witnessed a great transformation in the medical assistance and the medical professionals too. Innovation is sole reason for this excellent transformation of medical health sector. In the past few decades, medical industry has gone through several advancements, right from the scanning machines till remote medical assistance. A world technology is not a single element which is responsible for this giant change, but it has enclosed several innovations within this world. If compared to past decade, now we are answerable to a number of diseases which were unknown before a decade. Not only we have answers for those but also we have effective treatment for almost diseases. Technologies are not majorly developed for the medical sector, but with the help of great professionals and technological developments, now we are able to modify and utilize latest technologies in medical sector too, such as artificial intelligence, big data, virtual reality, augmented reality, sensors and many more. In the first view the above mentioned technologies take you to the gaming zone, finance department, or huge IT sectors.

Medical tricorder: A new ray of hope for better healthcare

If you take a survey then five out of every ten folk is struggling with some or other health disorder and two among those are at the critical stage due to late diagnosis of the disease. To put an end to this issue, a regular health checkup is required, so that you can understand your health condition and do the needful to get rid of it. But the question is “how many of us go to the medical practitioner for a routine healthcare checkup?” Answer will be very few. To avoid this condition, several scientists and inventors are trying to develop a device which will be handy and can be afforded by every single folk to practice their self-health checkup. The device is names as medical tricorder, a portable handheld device for diagnosing health conditions within seconds. The device is not available in the real world market but several brains are working for this great invention with an intension to upgrade the medical sector. Experts have developed a huge variety of devices to support the medical professionals diagnosing various types of diseases. Each type of disease has a distinct device and the operations of such device are known to the practitioners only. There is no such device which is capable enough to diagnose distinct types of health conditions.

Impact of technology on health care sector

A new era of telemedicine has been emerged with the advancements of technology and its use in the healthcare industry. Evolution of technology has enabled health care professionals to provide more promising treatments to the patients regardless of their location and situation. If you talk about the impact of technology over the healthcare sector then it is countless, but few major transformation that has been brought by the technological growth are access to the best medical practitioner anywhere from the world, immediate medical assessment of a patient, latest treatment technologies and many more. Incorporation of digital platform is one of the best advancements in medical and also a great reason for the change of medical phase. Health records must be kept for years and years, because any further treatment may require the details of your health record or any type of treatment taken by the patient in his medical history for an effective and also safe treatment. Keeping such records manually is really a tough task for a folk. Now, technology has a solution for this problem as it have given an option to save health records along with the health checkup reports in the cloud system.

Technology Depends on Faster Adoption of Innovation

When Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) were introduced in the early 1970s the vision was clear: digitizing patient records would make healthcare more efficient, and better for the patient and provider. Fast forward to today—we’ve come a long way towards the goal of a better system, but we aren’t quite there. We’ve identified the industry’s pain points, and laid the groundwork for solutions. Widespread adoption of the three healthcare tech ideas below will be crucial to building a healthcare system that is better for patients and the clinicians alike. Interoperability and SMART on FHIR: In 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) renamed “Meaningful Use” to “Promoting Interoperability”, which is a good indicator that we are inching closer to greater efficiency in healthcare.

Shining a light between the rock and the hard place:

Apps, and their use for the promotion of health and wellbeing, are the subject of increasing interest and enquiry; particularly in light of the NHS’ Long Term Plan, and ever-increasing pressures on scarce NHS resources. But finding and downloading effective, engaging, and most importantly, safe health-apps, is a significant challenge. While many have suggested that health-apps could be a ‘silver-bullet’, aimed at quashing the woes that stem from decreasing funding and increasing demand for incumbent NHS services, it is important to tread with caution. Unlike pharmaceuticals, over the counter remedies, talking therapies, physiotherapy or surgery, health-apps can not only be sought, but readily obtained in absence of gatekeeping and safeguarding.

AI to help kids struggling with ADHD, Asperger Syndrome (ASD) & PDD-NOS

In a properly functioning brain, both hemispheres communicate equally and at lightning speed, millions of times per minute. In a poorly functioning brain, the left and right sides of the brain only impart partial information, causing frequent miscommunication. This is called Functional Disconnection and is the root of many types of learning, behavioral and social problems found in children. The Brain Balance program puts the left and right brains back in sync using sensory motor exercises, academic skill building, and nutrition guidelines.  The assessment consists of sensory, motor, and academic testing of more than 900 functions. The outcome of this assessment is a highly customized report providing parents with a complete understanding of their child’s behavioral, social, and academic skill levels.