Who are we?
Health2047 is a Silicon Valley innovation enterprise. We are developing and commercializing healthcare solutions that:
- Enable data liquidity protected by world-class security
- Realign healthcare systems around chronic care
- Produce radical productivity at all levels of care and support
- Facilitate value-based payments
We’re not doing this alone. Top leaders in technology and healthcare are joining Health2047 to transform the $3.4 trillion U.S. healthcare industry at the system level.
How do we work?
Health2047’s approach is highly collaborative. Our mission is to produce changes to U.S. healthcare at the system level. Many have tried to do this alone and failed miserably. We aren’t making that mistake.
Together with the American Medical Association (AMA), Health2047 is creating an ecosystem of best-in-class partners who work together to tackle our largest healthcare challenges. The transformative solutions we’re creating address the scale of the problems we have in our broken healthcare system.
How will we transform US healthcare?
By building the right solutions to the four biggest problems in healthcare. Health2047 is the ideal architect and partner for the three reasons:
The physician perspective informs every aspect of Health2047’s approach to healthcare innovation. Our executives and advisors have decades of experience in medicine, AI, machine learning, security, network design, systems engineering, design thinking, market adoption strategies, IT management, venture investing, business management, and public health.
Given our deep relationship with the AMA, Health2047 interacts regularly with a broad network of key opinion leaders and gleans important insights from the AMA’s more than 230,000 physician and medical student members. To develop solutions that scale, we see the whole picture.
Our unique ecosystem catalyzes healthcare and technology with cross-sector visionaries to develop and commercialize solutions. Working together, we can finally break free from siloed and point solutions. No longer do we need to nibble at the edges of our biggest healthcare challenges.