HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

Innovation Challenge 2022

September 28, 2022

Health Technology for Social Impact - a tech platform sponsored and established by CharmHealth to enable enhanced quality of life, and to mitigate access inequalities through healthcare technology.

Spotlight

ProTransport-1

Founded in 2000 by President Elena Whorton and CEO Mike Sechrist, ProTransport-1 has quickly emerged as Northern and Central California's premier medical transport provider. What started as a company operating one used van out of a backyard granny unit has grown to encompass an area of 22 counties served by 500-plus employees and more than 120 vehicles out of 11 stations. With growth projections trending upward, ProTransport-1 is well on its way to the top of the EMS industry.

OTHER VIDEOS

Amitech brings automation to the “front office” to lower healthcare costs

video | November 30, 2022

If you missed UiPath FORWARD 5, register to see some of ‘The Best Bits’ from the world-class event to inspire you with practical automation advice and give you a window into the future of automation....

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Transforming Health Administration for Better Outcomes

video | December 1, 2022

Canadians expect a healthcare system that ranks among the best in the world. But governments often find that outdated technology systems limit their ability to improve outcomes for citizens....

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Kidwell Healthcare Technologies

video | November 30, 2022

West-Com Nurse Call solutions, Kearney County Health, Nebraska...

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SA Health Awards Finalist 2022 - COVID-19 Positive Community Care Program

video | November 23, 2022

The COVID-19 Community Care Program, as part of the COVID Response Care Team and COVID High Risk Hub, worked with Digital Health to use innovative technology to deliver a cross-disciplined clinical care service....

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Spotlight

ProTransport-1

Founded in 2000 by President Elena Whorton and CEO Mike Sechrist, ProTransport-1 has quickly emerged as Northern and Central California's premier medical transport provider. What started as a company operating one used van out of a backyard granny unit has grown to encompass an area of 22 counties served by 500-plus employees and more than 120 vehicles out of 11 stations. With growth projections trending upward, ProTransport-1 is well on its way to the top of the EMS industry.

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