Panel and audience discussion on the “Last Mile” of Patient Engagement. What are the obstacles and barriers to adoption and how to mitigate?
Jeff Bullard, MD, Founder and CEO, Vault
Dr. Bullard founded Vault in 2013 to improve patient care at his practices Acuity Brain Center and MaxHealth, and beyond. A leader in behavioral health integration, practice workflow efficiencies and leveraging tech to improve patient care, Dr. Bullard lectures about successfully navigating healthcare reform.
David Burke, Founder, CHECKIN Innovative, Care Technologies Inc.
As owner and CEO of long-term care facilities, David developed CHECKIN to increase residents’ quality of life, focusing on mental health. The platform uses wearable tech to provide a “community of care” software solution monitoring and increasing engagement between residents, friends, family and staff.
Hilary Hatch, PhD, Founder and CEO, Vital Score
Dr. Hatch is a clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst practicing in New York and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine instructor. Vital Score combines behavioral science with a consumer-friendly tech platform that motivates patients to participate in services that will impact their health, quality of care and costs.
Keith Kosel, PhD, MHSA, MBA, Vice President, Enterprise Relationships, PCCI
Dr. Kosel oversees partnerships at PCCI, a leading non-profit AI and cognitive computing organization. Prior he was Vizient Inc.’s Senior VP of Government Affairs. He holds a PhD in medicine from the U of Iowa College of Medicine, an MHSA from University of Michigan and an MBA from University of Detroit.
Luke Marshall, PhD, Co-Founder and CEO, Vital Flo
Luke holds a PhD in Materials Science & Engineering from UT Austin. He has expertise in commercializing applied science tech. Spun from an NC State and UNC Chapel Hill research partnership, VitalFlo provides health insights when patients need it most: before an asthma attack.
Nate O’Keefe, Founder, Roobrik
At Roobrik, Nate builds online tools that help older adults, patients, and their families make difficult decisions around getting older, accessing quality care, and participating in clinical research. Their partners use Roobrik to engage, inform, and qualify their customers at the point of decision.