TrekIT Health Named SIIA Business Technology Product CODiE Award Finalist for Best Healthcare Technology Solution Care delivery platform earns prestigious industry recognition Philadelphia, PA (May 13, 2019) – TrekIT Health, a digital health company specializing in technology-driven care collaboration, has been named a finalist for the 2019 SIIA CODiE Awards
TrekIT Health co-founder will join the professional scientific group’s decorated inaugural class of industry leaders and policy-shapers PHILADELPHIA, PA (April 10, 2019) – In a ceremony at the American Medical Informatics Association’s (AMIA) 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference on May 1, Subha Airan-Javia, MD, TrekIT Health’s co-founder and chief medical officer
For the first time as a collective team, TrekIT Health traveled to the largest annual gathering of health information and technology professionals, clinicians, and executives in the world. HIMSS 2019 gave us the opportunity to showcase the progress we have been able to make with our proprietary software platform being
February 6, 2019 (Philadelphia, PA) – HIMSS has named Dr. Subha Airan-Javia, co-founder of TrekIT Health as a speaker for the 2019 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference and Exhibition (HIMSS 19) in Orlando, Florida next month. HIMSS19 brings together 45,000+ health information and technology professionals, clinicians, executives and vendors
“Not doing it again wasn’t even on the table,” said McCorkle. Now the co-founder of TrekIT Health, along with with Dr. Subha Airan-Javia, he’s focused on bringing the patient tracking software she built for Penn Medicine to more health systems. “This is my path. Good, bad and ugly, and it’s
Every year, Technically Philly curates a list of Philadelphia’s most promising startups – and this year, that list included TrekIT! Check out the full article and list below: Read the full article here.
In recent years, healthcare has been significantly influenced and shaped by a well-intentioned push towards the digital age. Unfortunately, in practice, policies, incentives, and IT systems have often been counterproductive to their goal — to enable connected, operationally efficient hospital systems. While the digitization of patient records through EHR platforms
Whether sharing information between a team of primary care doctors during the handoff process, communicating with consulting specialties or gathering information across multiple hospitalizations of the same patient, seamless and consistent data sharing is paramount for providing the highest level of care. While electronic health records have their place in