Jun 7
Startup Company Q&A: MannieBear Technologies

Amanda Waller, Founder and CEO Q: What is MannieBear Technologies? A: MannieBear Technologies is a behavioral health technology company that builds games and tools for therapists to connect with their young patients. With these tools, we empower our therapists to close informational and trust-related gaps resulting in more meaningful conversations and quicker patient outcomes. Q:…

Jun 7
Startup Company Q&A: Belle Cares

Armand Lauzon, Founder and CEO   Q: What is Belle? A: Belle is a tech-enabled network of advanced nail technicians preventing diabetic foot ulcers and amputations. Q: Who are your customers? A: Our customers are the payers or value-added partners we work with. Q: What have you learned from Startup Day Nashville and working with…

Mar 31
Leadership Health Care Completes Annual Delegation to Washington, D.C.

In the midst of a contentious presidential primary season, a delegation of more than 100 Nashville emerging health care leaders visited our nation’s capital to get an inside look at the state of health care policy. On March 14 and 15, the Nashville Health Care Council’s Leadership Health Care (LHC) initiative made its 14th annual…

Oct 19
Delivering Care through Telehealth

On Thursday, LHC hosted a Fundamentals Series panel session, “Delivering Care through Telehealth.” The discussion featured Henry DePhillips, M.D., chief medical officer, Teladoc, and Colleen Beecken Rye, Ph.D., chief, Telehealth Service Line, Office of the Army Surgeon General, and was moderated by Larry Van Horn, associate professor of economics and management, executive director of health…