Adam Bosworth (KEAS), interviewed by Carleen Hawn (HealthSpottr)
3 CEOs and a President from companies transforming, and being transformed by Health 2.0, in conversations about the future of their businesses. Adam Bosworth is responsible for creating XML. AFter 25 years in tech he debuted KEAS, devoting his future to transforming healthcare for consumers. Carleen Hawn discusses his career change and future goals in the healthcare industry.
In this interview Thomas Goetz from Wired Magazine speaks with Roy Schoenberg, the CEO of American Well. Discussing how American Well seeks to improve the American Health Industry, Roy speaks to the goals of his company.
Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well
Roy walks us through American Well’s system of connecting providers and patients through an online database, cataloging patient’s health records, physician availability, and appointments. Before each appointment a physician would be able to view the patient’s entire health history.
Roy Schoenberg, CEO, American Well | America
American Well has really shaken up the environment for online care in the US. Their first installation (and frequent flier mileage generator) in Hawaii in 2009 captured national attention in the US, and deals with Optum, triCare, and bCbS Minnesota have followed—not to mention a trip to the White House and a few presentations at Health 2.0! Before American Well Roy was the inventor and founder of CareKey Inc, the health management system bought by Trizetto in 2005.
The Deep Dive session, American Well Systems President & CEO, Roy Schoenberg, MD, MPH, introduces American Well’s Online Care Suite, a leading telehealth solution that is deployed by health plans, delivery networks and other service providers across the United States and internationally. Online Care fulfills the promise of telehealth to eliminate barriers to accessing quality, convenient healthcare, by bringing patients and doctors together for online visits anytime, anywhere, using widely-available consumer technologies.