This week we have a great episode with Myra Hager of Baylor Scott & White Health and Dore Murphy formerly of Pager! Myra is the Director of Digital Health at Baylor Scott & White Health (BSWH) where she manages population health innovation strategy and project execution with a goal of achieving better population health by substantially improving outcomes, driving costs down, empowering their ACO and Health plans with digital solutions, as well as create opportunities for new business models to achieve population health. Dore was formerly the VP of Marketing at Pager, a company that is Reinventing the traditional doctor-patient experience by making quality care more convenient and accessible by sending a board-certified doctor to treat urgent care needs, at any location, summoned directly through their app. Prior to joining Pager, Dore led marketing at Sum and has a great experience working for a number of years at the New York Times In November of 2016, BSWH and Pager announced a partnership to bring Pager’s services to BSWH’s network in the Austin area
Today we have another great bonus episode featuring Glenn Winokur, Senior Advisor to Healthbox. Before Glenn came on board with Healthbox, he was Co-founder and CEO of Syapse, a company which he Incubated from an idea in a Stanford class to a market leading venture funded start-up that provides a precision medicine data platform enabling healthcare providers to use molecular profiling to diagnose and treat patients. Under Glenn’s leadership over an 8 year period, Syapse raised over $40m in venture funding. Prior to Syapse, Glenn was the CEO of Scalix and Chief Operating Officer of NetIQ, respectively. In addition to Healthbox, Glenn is an advisor to the University of Illinois, Stanford University, and UCSF. And with all this experience, Glenn has become an angel investor with investments including Puppet Labs, Cloud Sherpas (now part of Accenture), SchoolMessenger (now part of West Corp), Syapse, and Panthenon.
This week’s episode is the last episode in our series on new models of Primary Care! Our guest today, Michael Greeley, is a General Partner at Flare Capital Partners. Prior to co-founding Flare Capital Partners, Michael was the founding General Partner of Flybridge Capital Partners where he led the firm’s healthcare investments.
Behavioral health is increasingly getting the attention it deserves due to recent legislation and declining stigma, although challenges still exist. Why is behavioral health a topic payors and providers should pay attention to?
Headspace raised $37M less than two weeks ago. Other direct to consumer (DTC) behavioral health apps have also raised hefty sums of cash over the past few years, such as Talkspace, Joyable, Ginger.io, and Lumos Labs.