NewYork-Presbyterian collaborates with outside organizations on new ideas and perspectives from the evolving healthcare technology ecosystem.
American Well transforms healthcare delivery through telehealth. We make online doctor visits accessible to everyone for one-off care issues like colds or infections, and chronic condition management, such as diabetes or depression. We deliver healthcare into people’s homes and workplaces through our work with top health plans, health systems and employers, as well as our telehealth app, Amwell. A patient using Amwell can connect to a board-certified doctor of their choosing in just minutes for a visit carried out over smartphone, tablet, kiosk, phone, or desktop.
Blueprint Health is a mentorship-driven startup accelerator program in NYC, supporting entrepreneurs who are building innovative companies at the intersection of health and technology. Their intensive 3 month program provides access to capital, clients and most critically, the largest and most engaged healthcare specific mentor community of any accelerator in the world. Their 12,000 sq. ft. loft in SoHo is home to 45 additional health tech startups, thought leaders, and funders, forming the center of gravity within the ecosystem. Blueprint Health was founded by Dr. Brad Weinberg and Mathew Farkash.
Comprendo is innovating patient care by composing and publishing beautifully designed mobile apps that guide patients through the fear and anxiety surrounding surgical procedures and hospital stays. These personalized patient experiences, including hospital visitor guides and condition-specific treatment programs, engage the full care team, leverage family and friends while empowering patients to take personal responsibility for their health. As a result, patients leave the hospital sooner, recover faster and offer higher HCAHPS scores.
The Grand Rounds vision is a path to optimal health and healthcare, accessible to everyone, everywhere.Founded in 2011, Grand Rounds provides an employer-based solution that gives employees and their families the technology, information and support they need to make life’s most critical choices—whether and where to receive medical treatment. The fastest way for employers to curb healthcare costs without cutting corners, Grand Rounds delivers enhanced patient outcomes and engagement to groups ranging from 1,000-member firms to Fortune 50 employers. With coverage in more than 120 countries, the world’s leading companies are putting Grand Rounds to work in offering their employees an all-access pass to the best in American medicine.
HITLAB is a healthcare innovation lab that works with leading organizations to ideate, create and evaluate technology-driven solutions to improve the quality and accessibility of healthcare worldwide. Our multi-disciplinary team partners with diverse global healthcare stakeholders to develop strategies, build technologies, test and evaluate interventions, and diffuse findings to patients and populations. Headquartered in New York City with operations in New Delhi, Accra and Amsterdam, our work has impact around the world.
NavHealth is an open data service to make accountable care networks smarter by harnessing enriched patient claims data to deliver recommendations at each point of patient contact and designed with the patient’s best interests at heart.
The New York Digital Health Accelerator is a program run by the New York eHealth Collaborative and the Partnership Fund of New York City for early- and growth-stage digital health companies that are developing cutting edge technology products in care coordination, patient engagement, predictive analytics and workflow management for healthcare providers.
The Health Management Academy provides unique, peer-learning, complemented by highly-targeted research and advisory services, to executives of Leading Health Systems. These services enable health system and industry members to cultivate relationships, perspectives, and knowledge.
In 1998, The Academy created the first knowledge network exclusively focused on Leading Health Systems. This learning model, refined over 16 years of working side-by-side with members, combines peer learning (Executive Forums, Trustee Institute, Collaboratives), research (Health System, Consumer, Health Policy, Advisory), and leadership development (Leadership Programs and Fellowships).
Tigerlabs: Tigerlabs Ventures is a micro VC fund founded by venture capitalists and serial entrepreneurs. Tigerlabs makes seed stage investments predominantly in B2B SaaS across a range of sectors including digital health, digital media, ad tech, ed tech, and fin tech. Tigerlabs also has a full service 6 month digital health accelerator program as well as a collaborative co-working space.
For over 20 years, ?What If! has partnered with organizations hungry for growth. WhatIf invents new products, brands, services, and business models, and helps their partners build their in-house innovation capabilities. WhatIf style is provocative and passionate and their mission is lasting impact.