David Vivero is the co-founder and CEO at Amino. A healthcare financial wellness benefit that eliminates barriers for employees, and their families, to access affordable, high-quality medical care. They do this by combining data, design, and consumer-first thinking.
Today, there is a huge gap in public access to data-driven, actionable health information — information that can potentially affect the decisions we make about our care. Consumers make more informed decisions about where to eat dinner or what car to buy than who gives them healthcare. How is tech changing this?
David believes there are differences that matter in health care, but without data, it’s been hard to see those differences and thus choose care accordingly. By using their data to uncover powerful insights and publish stories like we have about C-sections, they hope to help individuals answer important questions about their care.
Ultimately, David and his team believe that this kind of transparency can move the needle on improving health care quality and outcomes.
I wanted to learn more about how technology enables Amino to offer guidance features that curate each user’s personalized matches for in-network facilities and provides concierge appointment booking with nearly every doctor in America.
I invited David onto the podcast to talk about all of this and explore the latest health tech trends. We also discuss the importance of convenience and user experience in healthcare technology.
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