Members in the News – March 2017

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Members in the News – March 2017

AbleTo recently released their 2017 White Paper on Depression and Employee Productivity, exploring how employers can use tech-enabled behavioral health programs to lower the incremental cost burden to US employers attributed to depression, which currently stands at approximately $210 billion per year.

Auditory Insight™,  Founder & President Nancy M. Williams’ article, “A Brave New OTC-World for Audiologists” appeared in the Hearing Journal. She discusses how a new class of OTC hearing aids would provide audiologists who treat hearing loss with the opportunity to build a new business model based on outstanding patient access, coaching, and care.

Context Matters published a new blog post, “Accelerating Immuno-Oncology Therapies to Market” that examines how checkpoint inhibitor immuno-oncology treatments are faring in the FDA’s Accelerated Approval Program.

Crossix, AT&T AdWorks and Crossix have joined forces to provide brands & agencies with a truly innovative solution. This solution enables advertisers to reach relevant health audiences more efficiently, drive significant improvements in targeting, measure the incremental sales impact and ROI of TV campaigns, and gain key learnings for optimization.

Fit4D, CEO David Weingard was announced as recipient of first-ever Kate Granger Compassionate Care Award, presented by HIMSS North America.

Grassi & Co. published a new blog “Bundles, and Century Cures—What Does 2016 Healthcare Transformation Mean for 2017?” with insights from our recent Healthcare Investment Trends event, moderated by NYCHBL president Bunny Ellerin and Grassi’s leader of Healthcare Transformation Consulting, Joe Tomaino.

Outcome Health announced a new partnership with National Infusion Center to bring infusion information to infusion rooms across multiple specialties.

Safeguard Scientifics’ portfolio company Zipnosis announced new claims processing functionality with client partner MultiCare Health System and integration partner PokitDok.

Sudler & Hennesey, Co-CEO Louisa Holland recently moderated two panel discussions at the Women in Business and Technology conference, co-sponsored by Troutman Sanders and McKinsey.  

Talkspace was listed as the Hottest Startup in Adweek’s Digital Hotlist for 2017. They are also hosting a conference on April 25th in San Francisco, “Reshaping Behavioral Health in the Workplace” with Laurie Dhue as the keynote speaker.