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Automating the Patient’s Journey

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Automating the Patient’s Journey

In this episode, Gary Bisbee, Ph.D., Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think Medium, speaks with Matt Hollingsworth, CEO and Co-founder, Carta Healthcare. They discuss Carta’s new AI-supported approach to automating…
December 6, 2022

Automating the Patient’s Journey

Meet Matt Hollingsworth:

Matt Hollingsworth is CEO and founder of Carta Healthcare. The son of a five-time cancer survivor, Matt has developed a passion for improving patient care. Matt holds an MBA from Stanford University, where he worked in the Systems Utilization Research for Stanford Medicine lab, researching methods for using information technology to reduce equipment waste and improve patient care. Previous to his time at Stanford, he spent time as a researcher at CERN as a member of the team that discovered the Higgs Boson particle. Matt received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Physics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. 

Key Insights:

Matt Hollingsworth is improving the work experience for doctors, nurses, and administrators.

AI Utility. Carta Healthcare has discovered ways to use new AI technologies to solve problems that, historically, people had to solve with elbow grease. 

Data Management. Getting trustworthy, usable data is difficult because it has required an army of nurses to fill out the forms. Carta’s software significantly streamlines this process.

Remember to Sell. Matt offers important advice for engineers considering a startup: don’t get buried in writing software if it causes you to forget to sell the product. Find people who can pay you for a product that meets their need.

This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think Medium.

Relevant Links:

o Learn more about Carta Healthcare
o Read more about Matt Hollingsworth

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