|By Business Wire||
|January 13, 2014 09:09 AM EST||
AirStrip Chief Executive Officer Alan Portela was recognized as one of the Top 50 in Digital Health by a consortium of leading healthcare, financial and legal services companies at an event held Sunday, January 12, on the eve of the 32nd Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. The list honors those who made the largest impact on digital health in 2013.
“This honor is greatly appreciated, and recognizes the degree to which AirStrip has impacted the mHealth landscape in just one year’s time,” Portela said. “The recent unveiling of AirStrip ONE® – the industry’s first complete mobile interoperability solution – supports the rapid emergence of AirStrip as a standard of care for leveraging mobility throughout the enterprise.”
Co-hosts of the Top 50 in Digital Health event include Rock Health, a full-service seed fund that funds and supports startups building the next generation of technologies transforming healthcare; Goldman Sachs, a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm headquartered in New York; Silicon Valley Bank, which holds $23 billion in assets and has more than 1,600 employees at 34 locations worldwide; and Fenwick & West LLP, a Mountain View, CA-based law firm that provides legal services to technology and life sciences companies at every stage of their lifecycle.
AirStrip, the leading provider of mobile healthcare applications that drive clinical transformation, previously announced that Portela will make a presentation at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference at 10:30 A.M. PST (1:30 P.M. EST) today.
Sunday night’s event marked the third annual dinner connecting entrepreneurs, investors and other trailblazers, drawing attention to those who have made exceptional progress in driving digital health resources, attention and innovation.
AirStrip® (www.airstrip.com) provides a complete, vendor- and data source-agnostic enterprise-wide clinical mobility solution, which enables clinicians to improve the health of individuals and populations. With deep clinical expertise and strong roots in mobile technology and data integration, AirStrip is empowering the nation’s leading health systems as the industry continues to evolve to new business models, accountable care and shared risk. Based in San Antonio, Texas, AirStrip allows health systems to unlock the full potential of their existing technology investments with a complete mobility solution that provides access to critical patient data across the care continuum. AirStrip is backed by investments from Sequoia Capital, Qualcomm, Inc., Hospital Corporation of America (HCA) and the Wellcome Trust. AirStrip’s base of visionary customers includes HCA, Texas Health Resources (THR), Vanguard Health Systems (part of Tenet Healthcare Corporation), Dignity Health and Ardent Health Services.
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