Xealth, a leader in digital health solutions, has been chosen as a quarterfinalist in the Digital Health Awards presented the Digital Health Hub Foundation. This recognition comes in the category of Best in Class: Remote Diagnostic Device, Platform or Tool. Xealth’s selection highlights their dedication to bridging the gap between medical care teams and patients, enabling them to utilize familiar technologies for remote monitoring, virtual visits, and information sharing.
The Digital Health Awards honor organizations that excel in leveraging digital advancements to enhance healthcare services and patient outcomes. Xealth stands out for its commitment to deploying and tracking digital resources across hospital service lines, providing valuable insights into performance across various specialties.
Mike McSherry, CEO and co-founder of Xealth, expressed his excitement about being recognized the Digital Health Hub Foundation. He emphasized the importance of enabling patients to manage their care using technology they are already comfortable with, ultimately improving the experiences for both patients and providers.
The Digital Health Hub Foundation received over 1,500 submissions this year, making it the most competitive round yet. Only 16 quarterfinalists per category were selected to advance to this stage, highlighting the exceptional work being done in digital health on a global scale.
The finalists for the Digital Health Awards will be announced on September 22, 2023, with the winners being revealed at the Grand Finale during HLTH on the Moon Stage on October 9, 2023.
Xealth is a digital health platform that enables clinicians to integrate, prescribe, and monitor digital health tools for patients. Through their secure platform, clinicians can easily find and order the right digital health tools and programs for their patients directly from the EHR workflow. They can then send these orders to the patient’s email or patient portal, allowing for seamless monitoring of patient activity. Xealth was created in 2017 as a spin-off from Providence St. Joseph Health and has received investment from various healthcare organizations, including Advocate Aurora Enterprises, Cleveland Clinic, Novartis, and many more.
– Digital Health Hub Foundation