BIV has announced its list of top visionaries, innovators, and trailblazers, and Dr. Alexandra T. Greenhill has made the list!
Dr. Alexandra T. Greenhill of Careteam Technologies has been selected as one of the top leaders in BC's healthtech sector on Business in Vancouver's annual BC500 list.
Joining her on this list are colleagues and fellow healthtech leaders Michael Fergusson (Ayogo Health), Lynda Brown-Ganzert (Curatio), Maryam Sadeghi (MetaOptima Health), Karina Hayat (Prism Media Inc.), Ryan C.N. D'Arcy (HealthTech Connex), Raj Gulia (PocketPills), Juggy Sihota-Chahil (Telus Health) and Hamed Shahbazi (Well Health Technologies Corp.).
The BC500 list features business leaders who have a notable impact on BC's communities, industries and economy. They are visionaries, innovators and trailblazers. They embody the values of modern leadership: engagement, trust, corporate citizenship, inclusion and innovation. Some of them are household names; some of them are well known within their industries. All of them influence life and business in British Columbia.
To view the full BC500 list, visit https://bc500.biv.com/
The combination of Careteam and Trillium Health Partners’ Institute for Better Health (IBH)'s Care Connector will enable a more streamlined and integrated experience for patients as they move from an acute care setting to home or community care, the standard for the newly forming Ontario Health Teams, and regional health networks everywhere.
The UK Canada AgeTech Innovation Exchange has selected Careteam Technologies as one of thirteen companies across Canada and the UK to showcase their solutions for healthy aging.
There are now known best practices when considering a Care Coordination Platform and what would be the best type for your health organization. In this post, we provide an overview of Care Coordination Platforms, how they contribute to a patient’s care journey, and list some key questions to evaluate if the platform chosen is a good fit for you and your patients.