The clinical data domain is going through major changes and is full of opportunities. This discussion delves into the industry with one of its biggest players.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s introduce our audience to you as well as Medidata.
Tarek Sherif: I’m Tarek Sherif. I’m the Co-Founder, CEO, and Chairman of Medidata Solutions. We’re a New York-based company but global in operations. We’re focused on helping life sciences companies – biotech, large pharma, and medical device companies as well as academic organizations. >>>
Carol explains certain SaaS-enabled BPO opportunities within the value-based healthcare domain.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to Relias.
Carol Clayton: I’m a psychologist by training. I worked as the translational neuroscientist at Relias. Relias is a healthcare technology company with footprints specifically in the space of using online tools for training and competency development in the healthcare space. They are evolving their tools and solutions to assist healthcare providers and organizations with better use of data. It also links data to learning so that organizations can be data-driven in looking at their performance within their healthcare vertical. >>>
Mega trends are sweeping through the healthcare space driven by the impact of digital technology. In this conversation, we kick around value-based healthcare, digital therapeutics, etc. and how Medocity is adding value to those use cases.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing yourself and Medocity.
Raj Agarwal: I’m the President and CEO of Medocity. We founded Medocity about six years ago. >>>
I have been talking about the applications of AI on Healthcare IT problems. Here is a great case study.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by having you introduce yourself as well as PeriGen to our audience.
Matthew Sappern: I’m the CEO of of PeriGen. PeriGen is a software developer. We make software as a medical device. We’re FDA-cleared. Our primary goal is to build software that helps clinicians prevent adverse outcomes in childbirth, which is a pretty important task.
Sramana Mitra: Double-click down on that and explain what exactly are we talking about. Give us a use case and talk us through how this works. >>>
Behavioral health is a hairy area to tackle. Read how Tridiuum is creating value in that sector.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself and to Tridiuum.
Mark Redlus: Tridiuum is a digital behavioral health company. Our mission is to integrate behavioral health into total health. I’m the CEO of the company and I took this post after three years in a prior second position in the company. I took this about a year and a month ago. I’m relatively new at the job.
Sramana Mitra: If you could double-click down a bit more on what you mean by managing behavioral health, that would be great. >>>
Joint pain is an ailment that has been around from time immemorial and given the growing overweight population, it can be expected to be a challenge in the future as well. WellWrap is a wearable orthopedic wrap embedded with proven NASA Low Level Laser technology (LLLT) for treating musculoskeletal joint pain without any pain killers. It also helps capture data on patients’ pain levels and vitals so that loved ones and doctors can track their recovery. >>>
I first spoke with William for our Entrepreneur Journeys series in March 2015. This is a follow-up discussion on the company’s progress and extensive impact by harnessing data from a hundred different sources to help pharmaceutical companies across various use cases. Excellent insights!
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by catching up a bit. We spoke sometime back in the Entrepreneur Journeys series where you introduced Zephyr Health. Our audience has that. We’ll connect that story to this one so people can go back and read that story. Catch me up on what’s happening. >>>
There are tremendous inefficiencies in the healthcare ecosystem and a large percentage of these can be streamlined with technology. This is a field where technology has an unambiguous positive impact to bring to bear. However, we’re still far from where we need to be.
Sramana Mitra: Let’s start with some introduction. Let’s introduce our audience to yourself as well as to GetWellNetwork. What do you do? What’s your background?
Michael O’Neil: I’m the Founder and CEO of GetWellNetwork. We are a company that has been around for some time >>>