Twentyseven Global Attends Prime Health Innovation Summit Digital Health Event

Over the past few years, Twentyseven Global has been excited to see the growth of digital health, especially in the Denver community. On May 16, 2016, we had the opportunity to meet with many thought leaders, healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, investors, clinicians and leaders in tech at the 2016 Prime Health Innovation Summit to discuss the future of digital health.

Creighton O’Neal, vice president of client service at Twentyseven Global, said, “This was our first time attending the Prime Health Innovation Summit and we were very impressed. The organizers of the event did an amazing job of bringing in key players in the healthcare industry to collaborate on the future of digital health.”

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This year’s summit featured executives from Hospital Corporation of America, Aetna, Medical Group Management Association, Kaiser Permanente, American Medical Association and the American Diabetes Association. The speakers led discussions with companies about health innovation and how digital health may be able to reduce costs and improve access to care.

Twentyseven Global is in the thick of the fast-growing digital healthcare industry, using our custom software development services to meet the industry’s unique needs. We offer HIPAA-compliant software, HL7 interfaces, integration with EMR systems, patient engagement and education platforms, patient and employee reporting tools, employee scheduling software, adherence and more, while also sharing our expert input on best practices to create a stable foundation for future development.

Denver is at the center of digital health innovation, making it an ideal location for industry leaders to convene and discuss key issues in the field. According to Prime Health, Colorado received $145 million in funding for digital health services in 2015, a record level of funding. In addition, the 2018 opening of Catalyst HTI, a collaborative workspace created specifically for companies involved in digital health, will help solidify Denver’s position as a health innovation hub.

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