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August 25, 2020


Consumerism In Health Care Must Be The Next Normal


Reposted from original Forbes article here. Mike McSherry, CEO and co-founder of Xealth Consumer technology giants and startups alike have made multiple proclamations that they can use their advanced technology (with a bit of AI thrown in) to save the day and “fix” health care. From what I’ve seen, health care professionals admire their confidence but have doubts. […]

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May 28, 2020


How Digital Health Could Replace Your Therapist’s Couch


David Cooper, PsyD | Manager, Strategic Partnerships One thing I can tell you as a clinical psychologist, is that getting people access to therapy can be difficult in the best of times. And when I say ‘access to therapy,’ I’m talking about the whole process: getting people to a therapist, paying for the sessions, finding […]

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September 25, 2019


Recovering from surgery at home – the role of digital health


Mike McSherry | CEO & CoFounder A little while back, my friend’s 82-year-old father had hip replacement surgery, which went well and after a few days of recovery, he was eager to get home. He was discharged late in the evening and by that time, the local home medical equipment (HME) store was closed and […]

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January 31, 2019


Xealth delivers digital health at scale on AWS


Xealth recognized as advanced tier partner from Amazon Web Services   Xealth spun out of Providence in June 2017 with the intent to help hospital systems take advantage of the digital health ecosystem in order to hit key fiscal, strategic and clinical care goals. Lofty aspirations from a founding team with a background in consumer […]

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November 29, 2018


Xealth Launches OTC Product Recommendations, Starting with Amazon Ecommerce Purchasing Then Expanding to Other Retailers


In another step in the company’s journey to extend healthcare outside the walls of an exam room, Xealth announced today the launch of a new tool that allows doctors the ability to digitally send over the counter (OTC) product recommendations to patients so they can purchase them from their favorite retailer – either online and […]

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