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Infield Health

We put discharge instructions on patients' mobile phones, helping hospitals maximize revenue while lowering the total cost-of-care to ACOs.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry IT Services
  • Location Washington, D.C., DC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2010
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

For four years, Infield Health has provided mobile tools to help healthcare organizations deliver health content. Earlier, The National Cancer Institute and the American College of Cardiology, among others, helped Americans quit smoking and lead heart-healthy lives. Currently, providers deliver care plans to patients before and after surgery, strengthening provider bottom line while increasing outcomes. All through a patient's mobile device.


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    Douglas Naegele

    BA Harvard University. MBA, GWU

    --Vertex Pharmaceuticals: Scientist. Co-inventor of an FDA-approved drug for Hepatitis C.
    --National Cooperative Bank: Healthcare finance.
    Started Infield four years ago. Learned how to code (could't afford developers) and sold our first software product that year.
    Well-received speaker and mentor in digital health.

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    Alison Pilsner
    Director, Client Services

    BA, MPH, Univ of Pittsburgh

    Experienced project manager and health communication expert. National Cancer Institute fellow and, after, project manager for SmokeFreeTXT, the 2nd largest public health mobile campaign in USA.
    Directs Infield client engagements, including client rollout and new business.
    Visiting faculty at University of Colorado.