Phynd CEO Attending More Disruption Please (MDP) Hill Day in Washington D.C.

By Adrian Sanabria-Diaz | June 01, 2015

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For the second year in a row, Athena Health is hosting their More Disruption Please (MDP) Hill Day in Washington D.C. to encourage innovators from across the nation to have their voices heard as Congress is concurrently writing legislation to “discover, develop, and deploy cures and treatments for our most vexing – and costly – diseases” as stated on their blog. CEOs from 25 companies will have their voices heard as Congressional staff in D.C. will see firsthand how these startups are disrupting health care.

With innovation at its cores, these startup companies will cover how their ground-breaking technologies can improve care, in addition to promoting safety and innovation in health IT via the aid of a fitting framework to oversight their collective endeavors. 

One of those CEOs is our own Thomas White of Phynd Technologies who will be present to talk about managing provider information through an easily accessible and robust platform known as Phynd. Our ultimate goal is in helping improve the way health care works and we think your health system can benefit from Phynd by simply having the latest provider information and making the way you manage provider data more efficient. 

Click here for more information on Athena Health's More Disruption Please Hill Day. For more information on the Phynd product, or if you'd like to sign up for a webinar, clickhere. We look forward in hearing from you.

Topics: Interoperability, ehr interoperability, athena health, washington d.c., mdp, legislation, healthit, heatlhcare, new healthit, more disruption please hill day, MDP Hill Day Washington

Adrian Sanabria-Diaz

Written by Adrian Sanabria-Diaz

Incorporating his degree in physics within healthcare, Adrian helps facilitate some of the backend processes of our product including data management and front end web development. He likes to keep busy by attaining his pilot license as well as dabbling into Python here and there.

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