Providence hires 2 entrepreneurs-in-residence to expand digital health spinout

Mr. Streat is a health care technology business owner and executive who has actually co-founded or remained in the early stages of 5 venture-backed business. He previously acted as vice president of digital services at Johnson & & Johnson after a start-up he was part of, C-SATS, was obtained by Johnson & & Johnson.

Renton, Wash.-based Providence appointed 2 executives as entrepreneurs-in-residence with its Digital Innovation Group to lead further advancement of its digital health spinout, DexCare.

” We are fortunate to have Derek and Sean on board to help us broaden the reach of DexCare,” stated Aaron Martin, chief digital officer at Providence. “Their experience in e-commerce and marketing technology, integrated with a deep understanding of health care innovation will assist bring this platform to market in a method that can benefit the whole healthcare industry– using the finest option possible to health systems in need of enhancing their client gain access to.”

DexCare is the third platform spun off by Providences Digital Innovation Group; the most current spinoff was Xealth, a digital health business that got an investment from Cerner in August. Circle, a womens health platform, was the health systems very first spinout which was sold to Wildflower Health.

On Sept. 9, Providence welcomed Derek Streat and Sean OConnor to the team.

Other health systems have deployed DexCare in the past few months to assist in the pandemic reaction and recovery.

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Mr. Streat and Mr. OConnor are entrusted with expanding DexCares reach. Providence established the platform for its same-day care business in 2016, and during the pandemic DexCare assisted Providence obtain brand-new patients digitally and browse them to the appropriate care setting. The platform likewise optimized medical resources and had the ability to scale to satisfy the 30-times increase in patient visit volume throughout the pandemic while the health system shifted from in-clinic to telehealth gos to.

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Mr. Streat and Mr. OConnor are entrusted with broadening DexCares reach. Providence developed the platform for its same-day care business in 2016, and during the pandemic DexCare assisted Providence obtain brand-new patients digitally and navigate them to the appropriate care setting. The platform likewise enhanced scientific resources and was able to scale to satisfy the 30-times increase in patient see volume throughout the pandemic while the health system shifted from in-clinic to telehealth visits.

Mr. OConnor was an establishing member of C-SATS where he established and carried out a software-as-a-service-based model for the company. He has previous experience as a leader within Intuitive Surgical.