Reflexion names Sur as CTO
SAN DIEGO – Digital health care provider Reflexion Health Inc. has named Sudipto Sur, Ph.D., chief technology officer as the company prepares to expand its product platform. “With his significant expertise creating next-generation technology solutions and his ability to manage development processes in a regulated environment, Sudipto’s leadership will accelerate our ability to improve clinical outcomes at a lower cost and on a broader scale,” said Joseph Smith, Reflexion’s CEO, in a statement. Sur brings more than 20 years of experience in engineering, technology development and management to his new role. Most recently, he served as chief information officer at Signal Genetics Inc.
Health Navigator, ERatHome partner to expand access and services
LA GRANGE, Ill. – Health Navigator and health care network ERatHome have partnered to expand access to providers and control the flow of medical information between patients and clinicians. As part of the collaboration, Health Navigator will support ERatHome’s Hive app, which is designed to share medical records and treatment history among care teams, provide patients with 24/7 access to doctors, facilitate appointment scheduling, send automated reminders and alerts, and share patient education resources. “This partnership will introduce consumers to a new level of care convenience that includes valuable aftercare instructions and resources,” said Patty Maynard, senior vice president of business development for Health Navigator, in a statement.
Fitbit adds companies to wellness programs
SAN FRANCISCO – Fitbit has added new customers to its corporate wellness program interests, including Sharp Healthcare, New York Life, Pitney Bowes and SAP. These companies will join others to work with Fitbit Group Health to develop programs tailored to the needs of their unique employee populations. “With a large workforce across a variety of job functions and locations, we needed a wellness solution that would be effective for a diverse population,” said Megan Spurling, manager of employee wellness at Sharp Healthcare, in a statement. “Employers continue to look to consumer-oriented technology and services to develop wellness programs that can empower people to take charge of their health and fitness,” said Amy McDonough, vice president and general manager of Fitbit Group health.