Success in Progress Session

The seven companies who were singled out a successes at this panel last year raised more than $140 million in funding over the past 24 months. Want to know who’s next? Check out this year’s panel of Health 2.0 companies who are building tomorrow’s health market leaders, using novel business models.Albert Santelos (CareCloud), Aamer Ghafar (mHealthCoach), and Bart Foster (SoloHealth) will discuss with us their success to date. And what is yet to come. Marco will try to extract the secret formulas that make these companies stand out from the crowd and reveal Health 2.0 Advisors’ Market Monitor product, which helps you put the success of these companies in (data-rich) context.

Interview with Albert Santalo

We talked with Albert Santalo, President and CEO at CareCloud, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

CareCloud – Progressive Practice Management

Albert Santalo, President and CEO, CareCloud

CareCloud is a new practice-management system launched in 2010 year by Albert, a health care revenue cycle veteran. They were a winner at IBMs SmartCamp Silicon Valley (even though they’re based in Miami), and they have one of the cleanest UIs we’ve seen. CareCloud’s goal is to give physicians the technological freedom to focus more on their patients, and less on their old software systems.

Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).

CareCloud – Rethinking Software Solutions for Medical Practices

Albert Santalo, President & CEO, CareCloud
To get a practice management product on the main stage at Health 2.0, it had better be good. We’ve just loved CareCloud’s design since we first saw it early last year. None other than Jonathan Bush tweeted “I just met the man who will kill me. It won’t be for ten years yet… but check out carecloud.com. such a beautiful app! Oh the envy!” Now Albert and his rapidly growing team have also added the ability for others to integrate their products into CareCloud. Here he demonstrates how CareCloud can simplify software issues in medical offices. This demo was part of “The Next Generation of Health 2.0 in the Doctor’s Office” panel at the 2011 Health 2.0 conference in San Francisco.

The Next Generation of Health 2.0 in the Doctor’s Office

SaaS and cloud-based medical record products and services are heading aggressively for physician offices. In parallel, the race for meaningful use dollars is on and legacy enterprise vendors are competing with startups offering more modular, lightweight tools across a variety of unplatforms. So who’s going to win in the race to getting EMRs to the 70% of American practices that don’t have them? And what services are needed – is software even enough?

 

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Success in Progress Session

The seven companies who were singled out a successes at this panel last year raised more than $140 million in funding over the past 24 months. Want to know who’s next? Check out this year’s panel of Health 2.0 companies who are building tomorrow’s health market leaders, using novel business models.Albert Santelos (CareCloud), Aamer Ghafar (mHealthCoach), and Bart Foster (SoloHealth) will discuss with us their success to date. And what is yet to come. Marco will try to extract the secret fo ...
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Interview with Albert Santalo

We talked with Albert Santalo, President and CEO at CareCloud, about the biggest challenges, trends and developments in health care technology at the Health 2.0 San Francisco 2011 Fall Conference.

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CareCloud – Progressive Practice Management

Albert Santalo, President and CEO, CareCloud

CareCloud is a new practice-management system launched in 2010 year by Albert, a health care revenue cycle veteran. They were a winner at IBMs SmartCamp Silicon Valley (even though they’re based in Miami), and they have one of the cleanest UIs we’ve seen. CareCloud’s goal is to give physicians the technological freedom to focus more on their patients, and less on their old software systems.

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Health 2.0 Tools in the Doctors Office

How can Doctor’s offices become more efficient, high-functioning, and create a better connection with consumers? We have a team of panelists to discuss the latest technology to resolve exactly those issues above: Eran Kabakov (CEO, Info-Surge), Albert Santalo (President and CEO, CareCloud), Chaim Indig (CEO, Phreesia), Bob Rogers, Chief Scientist, Apixio, Guy Mansueto (VP, Marketing, Phytel), and Peter Tierney (Sr. Director, Mobile Solutions, Skyscape).

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CareCloud – Rethinking Software Solutions for Medical Pract ...

Albert Santalo, President & CEO, CareCloud To get a practice management product on the main stage at Health 2.0, it had better be good. We’ve just loved CareCloud’s design since we first saw it early last year. None other than Jonathan Bush tweeted “I just met the man who will kill me. It won’t be for ten years yet... but check out carecloud.com. such a beautiful app! Oh the envy!” Now Albert and his rapidly growing team have also added the ability for others to i ...
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The Next Generation of Health 2.0 in the Doctor’s Office

SaaS and cloud-based medical record products and services are heading aggressively for physician offices. In parallel, the race for meaningful use dollars is on and legacy enterprise vendors are competing with startups offering more modular, lightweight tools across a variety of unplatforms. So who’s going to win in the race to getting EMRs to the 70% of American practices that don’t have them? And what services are needed – is software even enough?