Members in the News – November 2016

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Members in the News – November 2016

AbleTo, it’s been a busy month for Rob Rebak and his team. Rob has been a frequent speaker at major industry conferences and we recently partnered with them on the highly successful Behavioral Health Summit featuring NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray.

Context Matters released a blog on Immunotherapies and the Race to Become the Standard of Care.

ContextMedia:Health joins as the newest NYCHBL sponsor! They are the leading provider of health decision platforms in the United States and we are happy to have them as a partner. Learn more at www.contextmediainc.com and read this recent news about their acquisition of AccentHealth.

Crossix Solutions is looking for a Marketing Communications Manager in NYC.

Grassi & Co., principal Joseph Tomaino wrote a recent article “Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health—What Providers Fear Most” 

HealthEffect has created an invite-only “Health Innovation Marketplace,” where innovators post their projects / goals and collaborate with experts in real time, in exchange for cash or equity. Participate or learn more at www.healtheffect.com.  

HP One, Nancy Williams delivered a talk “Leveraging Targeted Member Engagement to Drive Improving or Maintaining Mental Health Stars Measure” based on a successful program HP One ran with Inter Valley Health Plan that achieved a 33% doctor appointment setting rate.

Mount Sinai’s Arnhold Institute for Global Health Partners With DigitalGlobe to Better Map World’s Most Underserved Populations. Plus, check out this recent feature in FierceHealthcare on how their new platform makes prescribing apps easy.

Oliver Wyman’s Sam Glick was featured in a recent NY Times article on the urgency and uncertainty surrounding the ACA after last week’s election results. 

Safeguard Scientifics announced that partner company Good Start Genetics is bringing the first next-generation sequencing (NGS) test to Amazon, enabling broad access to carrier screening for couples starting a family.

Veryday is joining forces with management consultant giant McKinsey & Company, to continue their mission to drive impact on a global scale and to serve market sectors with the full spectrum of technology, business and design.