Supporting Organizations

Colorado Bioscience Association

Colorado Bioscience Association

www.cobioscience.com

 

Colorado’s bioscience industry is building one of the most exciting and advanced industry clusters in the country. The state is currently home to over 600 thriving biotechnology, medical device, diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies.

At the center of this exciting growth is the Colorado BioScience Association, shaping the policies and developing the programs to help Colorado’s bioscience community grow and prosper.

 

 

Continua Health Alliance

Continua Health Alliance

www.continuaalliance.org

 

Continua Health Alliance is an international not-for-profit industry organization enabling end-to-end, plug-and-play connectivity of personal health devices and services. These services will empower information-driven health management and facilitate the incorporation of health and wellness into the day-to-day lives of consumers. Continua is a pioneer in establishing industry standards and security for connected health technologies such as smart phones, gateways and remote monitoring devices. Its activities include a certification and brand support program, events and collaborations to support technology and clinical innovation, and outreach to employers, payers, governments and care providers. With nearly 200 member companies reaching across the globe, Continua is comprised of technology, medical device and healthcare industry leaders and service providers dedicated to making personal connected health a reality. For more information visit: www.continuaalliance.org.

 

 

CORHIO

CORHIO

www.corhio.org

 

CORHIO, the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization, is a nonprofit, public-private health information exchange (HIE) organization. As the state-designated entity for HIE, CORHIO collaborates with all health care stakeholders including physicians, hospitals, public health, long-term care, laboratories, health plans and patients to improve care collaboration through secure systems and processes for sharing clinical information. CORHIO’s participant network is rapidly expanding and as of June 2013 includes 44 hospitals—every major hospital in the region—more than 1,500 office-based physicians, 5 large national/regional labs, over 100 long-term care facilities, the state health department and many others. More than two million unique patients are represented in CORHIO’s HIE.

 

 

CTN

CTN

www.cotelehealth.com

 

Health Care Delivery Rides on Colorado Telehealth Network’s (CTN’s) Broadband Network.

  • CTN is the federally designated provider for Colorado’s health care broadband infrastructure.
  • CTN works in partnership with health information and technology entities in the state: CHI, CIVHC, CORHIO, and QHN.
  • CTN is essential in helping health care providers (medical, physical, mental and behavioral) achieve the triple aim of health care reform
  • CTN’s mission is to connect healthcare delivery across Colorado with a private, healthcare network to deliver healthcare services to rural Colorado and surrounding states via tele-video, image sharing with a vendor neutral archive (CTN’s Colorado Imaging Exchange). CTN provides a common gateway through which health care providers can share information and technology to deliver coordinated, integrated care for patients. CTN facilitates improved patient care by providing the core network infrastructure that enables health care organizations to increase their use of health information technology.

     

     

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    Health 2.0

    Health 2.0

    www.health2con.com

     

    Health 2.0 promotes, showcases, and catalyzes new technologies in health care through a worldwide series of conferences, prize challenges, code-a-thons, education programs, and more. The company also provides consulting services to help track and forecast market activity. The Health 2.0 community spans four continents and encompasses all health care and technology activities; news coverage and updates can be found on their community blog. www.health2con.com

     

     

    TheHealthMaven Group

    TheHealthMaven Group

    www.blogtalkradio.com/thehealthmaven

     

     

     

    The Home Care Technology Association of America

    The Home Care Technology Association of America

    www.hctaa.org

    The Home Care Technology Association of America (HCTAA) is a wholly-owned affiliate
    of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), and is organized to
    advance the accessibility and use of technology in home care and hospice settings.
    HCTAA was established to unite the home care technology industry into a stronger,
    more effective voice to Congress, the Administration, state legislatures, the home care industry, consumers, and the media. HCTAA believes that home care and hospice
    providers that are properly equipped with technological solutions will serve a central role in the delivery of healthcare by ensuring quality, efficiency, and care coordination.

     

     

    National Association for Home Care & Hospice

    National Association for Home Care & Hospice

    www.nahc.org

    The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is a nonprofit organization
    that represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. NAHC also
    advocates for the more than two million nurses, therapists, aides and other caregivers
    employed by such organizations to provide in-home services to some 10 million
    Americans each year who are infirm, chronically ill, disabled and dying. Along with its
    advocacy, NAHC provides information to help its members provide the highest quality of
    care and is committed to excellence in every respect. To learn more about NAHC
    visit www.nahc.org.

     

     

    PrIME Health Collaborative

    PrIME Health Collaborative

    www.primehealthco.com

     

    The PrIME Health Collaborative is an innovative community of health care administrators, physicians, technologists, academics, entrepreneurs and investors improving health care outcomes and reducing cost through the commercialization of emerging and potentially disruptive technologies. Together, we’re building Colorado’s Digital Health Corridor.

     

     

    Rock Health

    Rock Health

    www.rockhealth.com

     

    Rock Health is powering the future of the digital health ecosystem, bringing together the brightest minds in health and technology to build better solutions. We support digital health entrepreneurs through a startup accelerator, public events, and open-source research. Rock Health partners include Aberdare Ventures, Accel Partners, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Boehringer Ingelheim, Fenwick & West, GE, Genentech, Harvard Medical School, Kaiser Permanente, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Mayo Clinic, Mohr Davidow Ventures, Montreux Equity Partners, NEA, Ogilvy Public Relations, Qualcomm Life, Quest Diagnostics, Silicon Valley Bank, UnitedHealth Group, and UCSF.

     

     

    The Society of Physician Entrepreneurs

    The Society of Physician Entrepreneurs

    www.sopenet.org

     

    The Society of Physician Entrepreneurs is a global, non-profit, biomedical and health innovation and entrepreneurship network providing education, resources and networks to doctors interested in getting their ideas to patients.

     

     

    VNAA

    VNAA

    www.vnaa.org

     

     

    The Visiting Nurse Associations of America (VNAA), located in Washington, DC, is a
    national association that supports, promotes and advocates for community-based,
    nonprofit home health and hospice providers that care for all individuals regardless of
    complexity of condition or ability to pay. VNAA members share a nonprofit mission to
    provide cost effective and compassionate home healthcare and hospice services to
    some of the nation’s most vulnerable individuals, particularly the elderly and individuals
    with disabilities. Visit www.VNAA.org for more information.

     

     

    Additional supporting organizations to be announced