Members in the News – January 2017

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Members in the News – January 2017

Allazo Health, CEO Clifford Jones was was recently interviewed on Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School. The originally aired recording is available here

American Diabetes Association, James Sheridan joined as Regional Vice President for Greater New York City, where he will be responsible for developing the strategy for their community health programs, state and city level advocacy efforts, partnerships with the NYC government as well as major medical systems in the five boroughs and donor development activities.

CleaRx co-founders Yiding Jiang and Shu Jing recently won second place in the Rx Cost and Coverage Challenge, a business challenge funded by RWJF to find and build a platform that facilitates HIX members to choose health plans that specifically address their prescription needs.

ContextMedia:Health announced that it has now become Outcome Healthto better align with its global mission of delivering health intelligence through its technology platform, to activate the best health outcome possible for every person in the world.

Ernst & Young, thanks again to Edward Glynn for being part of our panel on Cyber Risk in Healthcare. E&Y recently published “Managing insider threat: A holistic approach to dealing within risk from within.”

Fit4D Founder & CEO David Weingard was featured in Medical Marketing & Media as one of 5 digital experts on what’s next in health technology.

Grassi & Co. announced the recent acquisition of Bernstein & Seidman, CPA, a firm that has accrued 250+ clients over the past 30 years in various industries including retail sales, import/export, food, pharmaceuticals, real estate, and, most notably, the automotive industry.

HEALTHePRACTICES, which provides business development and consulting services for Telemedicine and Medical Imaging companies, announced a new blog to cover topics such as Teleradiology, Urgent Care, Deep Learning and Machine Learning, and many others.

Metabolon, David Memel is now the Chief Medical Officer of Metabolon Inc., a health technology company focused on the use of metabolomics in precision medicine and life sciences research. Metabolomics, the study of metabolites, is a powerful tool for assessing health and giving clinicians a better understanding of the influences of genes, microbiome, diet, lifestyle and drug treatment.

Mount Sinai, in honor of Cervical Cancer Awareness month, they published an infographic detailing important facts to know for treatment and prevention.

Safeguard Scientifics announced the launch of new partner company Prognos, a healthcare AI company that strives to eradicate disease by driving decisions earlier in healthcare.

Sagesurfer, David Theobald is now the VP of Sales and Marketing at Sagesurfer, which Startup Health supports as a Health Transformer. The company empowers behavioral health clients to partner with their full circle of care and engages medical, social service, and family caregivers to streamline the administrative processes.