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Diversity in Health Information Technology
May 16, 2013
Diversity in health information technology (HIT) often gets a bad name. In the electronic health record (EHR) space, it comes...
From Data Liquidity to Financial Liquidity
April 9, 2013
We are on a steep trajectory of electronic health record (EHR) adoption. From first generation systems, to stage 1 and more recent...
“Electronic Health Revenue” is Key To Independent Practice Success
March 22, 2013
Jeff Gladd, MD talks in Holistic Primary Care about the integrative family practice he has built, and how Hello Health helped him ...
Choosing an EHR Vendor: Are You Viable?
March 19, 2013
There is no shortage of choices when it comes to electronic health record (EHR) vendors. While the actual number is hard to confir...
When did you join Hello Health?
In August 2011.
What was the opportunity/challenge that appealed to you most?
Sharing the tremendous work already invested in Hello Health with a marketplace who needs to know all about it.
What particular leadership skills do you use every day?
Leadership by example. Investing oneself entirely in the opportunities that each day offers. Carpe diem.
What past experience best prepared you for your role at Hello Health?
Launching a healthcare IT company and new brand in the market with a team of passionate and committed individuals.
Finish this sentence: I know I’ll have met my own expectations here when _________?
We are never finished growing Hello Health as the game-changing model for primary care.
Do you have a professional hero?
Walt Disney for having created an enduring and universally-loved brand.
A Tuesday afternoon meeting is canceled at the last minute. How do you spend the unexpectedly free time?
Checking in with my team to ensure they have the support they need for their projects.
Richard Branson once said: “I’m not in the airline business. I’m in the business of entertainment at 32,000 feet.” Can you redefine what Hello Health does in a similar way?
We are not in the EMR business. We are in the business of transforming how patients and doctors connect to each other and their health data for their mutual benefit.
Favorite movie of all time and why.
It would have to be the Harry Potter series because these movies have been a wonderful shared experience for our family that began with reading each book aloud to our children.
Favorite Seinfeld or Simpsons episode.
The Seinfeld episode "The Keys" where Kramer heads to California to pursue an acting career as Jerry, George and Elaine struggle with a breakdown in their elaborate key sharing handoffs.