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Thursday, May 18, 2023 | 12:00 AM ET

S3 Ep40: Making an Impact with Remote Care Technologies—featuring Kimberly O'Loughlin

The time is now to make healthcare easier for patients and clinicians.


In this episode, Kimberly O'Loughlin, CEO of Health Recovery Solutions, talks about how HRS is enabling remote care delivery technologies for providers and patients, what they offer to make it possible, and how these technologies can be scaled to be widely impactful. HRS leverages remote care technologies to associated providers and allows patients to be more active in their own care. Kimberly mentions industry trends they are focusing on and explains the hardware, software, and platforms they offer to take care inside patients’ homes. She also discusses how AI technologies can transform healthcare by enhancing remote care and how these can scale with the help of education. 


Tune in and listen to how HRS empowers remote care delivery with innovative solutions!


About Kimberly O'Loughlin:

Kimberly joined HRS in March 2022, bringing with her more than 30 years of experience in leveraging talent and technology to drive growth, innovation, and improved business performance and customer experiences across healthtech and other industries.  


At HRS, her portfolio includes award-winning Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and telehealth solutions and services that address the increasingly important healthcare needs – lowering the cost of care, improving health outcomes, while delivering better experiences for both consumers and clinicians. 


Prior to HRS, Kimberly was CEO of Therapy Brands where she was responsible for serving the mental, behavioral, and physical therapy market providers with a broad portfolio of software and services including specialty-specific EHR/PMS platforms, patient engagement, telehealth, e-prescription solutions, and revenue cycle management services. Before this, she was President at Greenway Health; prior to that, she ran two global healthcare businesses at Philips in Connected Care and Health Informatics. She had solutions for monitoring and supporting the safety, health, and connectedness needs of seniors in the home as well as in long-term and post-acute care settings. She also expanded access to healthcare in emerging global markets with low-cost continuous monitoring, vital signs monitoring, cardiology, oncology, and women’s health solutions.


Prior to working at Philips, Kimberly held senior leadership roles within AIG, AT&T Wireless, and AT&T. She has demonstrated excellent results in growing revenue and profitability, launching innovative products, transforming operations to six sigma and best-in-class performance, and building stellar teams.


Over the years, Kimberly and her teams have earned a variety of awards including Best Company Culture, Best Company for Diversity, Frost and Sullivan Award for Product Line Innovation, Best in KLAS for RCM, Best in KLAS Most Improved Ambulatory EHR, and Stevie’s People’s Choice Award for Best Customer Service. In 2012 she was inducted in the Executive Women of New Jersey, and in 2013 she was featured in Executive Profile magazine on the Top 25 executive profiles list. In 2019, she was named number 3 woman in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare, and in 2021 she earned top CEO ratings by Comparably.


Kimberly has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton University, and a Master of Science degree in Applied Psychology with a concentration in Human Factors Engineering from Steven’s Institute of Technology. She served as class president at Princeton where she currently serves on the Alumni Schools Committee. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, Jerry, and their dog Harley. They have three children and enjoy the beach, skiing, sports, and time with family and friends.


Things You’ll Learn:

  • Health Recovery Solutions is the leading provider of remote care delivery.
  • Patients are being more active in their healthcare.
  • Individually tailored care plans with inpatient and virtual care will become more common in the coming years.
  • HRS has clinical advisory services. 
  • HRS sets up the remote care technologies providers need.
  • Promising healthcare industry trends include value-based care, lower-cost care settings, health equity focus, interoperability, the use of AI and ML, and hospital-at-home functionalities.
  • HRS provides patients with hardware and software to connect to their caregivers and clinicians with a portal that monitors and supports the patient.
  • AI technologies can help harness data to design different treatment pathways and predict which patients will need intervention.

Resources:

FEATURING

Kimberly O'LoughlinCEO, Health Recovery Solutions

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