b.well® Connected Health is a growth stage technology company founded in 2015 on a single-minded mission to transform healthcare into a simple, on-demand experience that puts patients at the center of the equation. The goal was to create a digital technology platform with the power to transform how patients interact with the healthcare delivery system.
We integrate data, insights, and partners into a single configurable solution that enables the kind of personalized and convenient digital health experience that can improve outcomes for patients and the health systems that serve them.
CodaMetrix (CMX) is a SaaS healthtech company that provides an AI-powered platform to autonomously translate patient records and clinical information into accurate sets of codes for patient care and revenue cycle processes from fee-for-service to value-based care models. The company’s proven platform is used by leading health systems to improve coding quality, decrease coding expense, avoid lost revenue, reduce denials, and improve provider satisfaction.
Folia Health, is Boston-based startup that’s built the world’s first Individual Operating System for health (Health-IOS), a brand-new and frankly, much more patient-friendly way to capture and share the information that drives the healthcare we receive.
Folia enables individuals to simply capture their health observations as data, pull in outside info sources like EHR records, share with their care teams, and participate in studies — all in one place.
HealthHelper helps healthcare providers thrive in both in both fee-for-service & value-based-care arrangements through Panel Management as a Platform technology and services. Their wraparound solution for practices scale care enablement workflows, ease administrative burdens, and optimize practice business performance.
Intelligent Medical Objects is a healthcare data enablement company that ensures clinical data integrity and quality — making patient information fit-for-purpose across the healthcare ecosystem, from hospitals to health information exchanges to payers, and beyond. We are the catalyst that enables accurate documentation, precise population cohorting, optimized reimbursements, robust analytics, and better care decisions to optimize patient outcomes.
NextSense is the foundation of a healthy brain. Our platform starts with longitudinal EEG data collected through biosensing earbuds that can be worn comfortably at night and as-needed throughout the day. We unlock brain health with real world data insights and practical, scientific wisdom for daily living.
Outlier Health, operates two leading health brands, No Meat Athlete and Complement, which in the past 3 years, have helped more than 13 million people get healthy through articles, podcast, events, supplements, and snacks.
Letsgetchecked is a global healthcare solutions company that provides the tools to manage health from home through direct access to diagnostic testing, virtual care, and medication delivery.
LetsGetChecked is available nationwide in the United States, the United Kingdom, and most EU countries. It is co-headquartered in Dublin and New York.
Transcarent is the first comprehensive health and care experience company that makes it easy to get the high-quality, affordable health and care that everyone deserves.
We do that by directly connecting consumers with high-quality care, transparent information, and trusted guidance on their terms – in as little as 60 seconds, 24/7, from the palm of their hand. And we back it up with at-risk pricing models that align incentives for a better Member experience, improved health outcomes, and lower costs.
Suki is a leading technology company that provides AI-powered voice solutions for healthcare. Its mission is to reimagine the healthcare tech stack, making it invisible and assistive to lift the administrative burden from physicians.
Its flagship product is Suki Assistant, an AI-powered, voice enabled digital assistant that helps physicians’ complete documentation and other administrative tasks 76% faster on average.
Dr. Theresa Kepic Endowed Scholarship fund and Frank Naeymi-Rad Endowed Scholarship fund at DePaul University shall be used to provide recognition and financial assistance to students enrolled in the Health Informatics program in the College of Computing and Digital Media who are in good academic standing and have financial need.
The purpose of the Illinois Institute of Technology gift is to establish an endowed fund called Martha Evens Fund for Enhancing Computer Science in Healthcare (Informatics) Training. The income from this endowed fund will provide financial support to students pursuing a computer science degree with a focus on healthcare informatics, providing funds for these students to pursue research and co-curricular efforts that distinguish their educational experience.
Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad’s commitment of funds in February 2020 to the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs at Illinois State University is to be used by its newly open Multicultural Center. This includes additional technology within the space.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine gift is to support the Clinical Data Gymnasium project at the Institute for Augmented Intelligence in Medicine. Use of the funds will be at the discretion of Dr. Abel N. Kho, Director of I.AIM. The purpose of the gift is to help develop the Clinical Data Gymnasium into a resource committed to training the next generation of leaders in informatics/data science/AI/ML, especially those from within our region, and those who are marginalized or overlooked.
The “Barbara Rapchak and Frank Naeymi-Rad Fellowship” is awarded annually to a student seeking to enroll in the ESTEEM Graduate Program at the University of Notre Dame who intends to pursue a career in biomedical informatics or health care and has an undergraduate or graduate degree in the STEM disciplines.
Rosalind Franklin University honorary scholarship endowment is used to provide recognition and financial assistance to support the on-going needs of first-year, female students, who are enrolled at RFU and attending Chicago Medical School (CMS), reside in Lake County, IL, have financial need and come from a population that is underrepresented in medicine.
Frank Naeymi-Rad, Ph.D., M.S., M.B.A., and Theresa Kepic, M.D., Student Scholarship Fund shall be used to provide financial assistance to students in the OHSU School of Medicine, Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology.
The Theresa Kepic and Frank Naeymi-Rad Master’s Research Fellowships are awarded to students with research interests focused on women’s health research, practice and dissemination, and social determinants of health. Awards are presented to deserving applicants who are enrolled at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, with preference to students awarded in the Public Health program. As a condition of these fellowships, the students are required to obtain research positions with a Brown School faculty member or Brown School research center for the year.