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healthEworks LLC

healthEworks gives health care providers the ability to stream patient education (video prescriptions) to caregivers at any point-of-care.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Washington, D.C., DC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2010
  • Employees 5
  • Website healtheworks.com

Company Summary

healthEworks bridges video production with a robust health IT framework to give health providers a tool to stream video education to their patients/caregivers. For patients (end-users), video prescriptions(tm) optimize their home care. For our clients, the service improves educational consistency, service excellence, and risk management. Our customers are urgent care centers and emergency departments who compete for acute care services.

Team

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    David J Mathison, MD MBA
    CEO / President

    Dr. Mathison is a pediatric emergency medicine physician by trade. He worked at Accenture and on Capitol Hill before completing his medical training at Emory, Eastern Virginia, and Northwestern. He noticed a void in patient education and a growth in mobile technologies, thus prompting the formation of healthEworks in 2010. Dr. Mathison completed his MBA from GWU and continues as an asst professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at GWU.

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    Christina Johns, MD MEd
    Chief Creative Officer

    Dr. Johns is a pediatric emergency medicine physician by trade, but while practicing medicine learned that her passion was educating patients and families. She became a medical correspondent for CNN, ABC News, and Discovery Health. She received her training at the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins. She received a masters teacher degree from GWU and continues as an asst professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at GWU.

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    Mohsen Saidinejad, MD MBA MPH
    Chief Information/Privacy Officer

    Dr. Saidinejad is a pediatric emergency physician by trade and a techie by heart. He completed his training at American University, SUNY Downstate, and the Children's Hospital of Michigan. At healthEworks, he works on systems integration, HIPAA compliance, data integrity, analytics, and reporting. He received an MBA from GWU and continues as an asst professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at GWU.

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    Arnie Boyarsky
    Chief Technology Officer

    Arnie is not a physician. He is an IT guru. Arnie spent 6 years working as a strategy/technology consultant for Price Waterhouse Coopers before forming his own company i2x in 1995. His company has grown to over 200 employees and provides SoCa with a myriad of IT consulting and managed network solutions. At healthEworks, Arnie manages the technology framework, technical support, and digital strategy.

Advisors

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    David Greenberg (Arent Fox, Washington, DC)
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed
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    Mike Rosen (E. Cohen and Company, Rockville, MD)
    Accountant
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities
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    District of Columbia Dept of Health
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    Verizon Foundation
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