What You Should Know:
– Today at HLTH, $4B healthcare automation company Olive announced the launch of The Library, a healthcare solution marketplace that will reduce the burden for early-stage developers as they bring innovative new technology solutions to patients.
– This new marketplace enables Olive’s partners — ranging from individual developers to large enterprise brands — to open a distribution channel and market to Olive’s customer base, which currently includes more than 950 providers and payers, more than 75 health systems, in over 45 states across the United States and growing rapidly.
Why It Matters
Olive recognizes that healthcare is in a state of crisis where costs continue to rise and healthcare worker burnout continues to accelerate. Olive is leading a revolution in healthcare by automating manual processes and connecting disparate, siloed technology systems across the industry. This change is opening new opportunities for other healthcare companies to grow and help Olive on its mission to unleash a trillion dollars of hidden potential within healthcare by connecting its disconnected systems.
The Library reduces the burden of investing in marketing efforts and provides developers and partners with a successful distribution channel to sell their products and services to an established customer base that’s actively looking for solutions.
The Library Initial Partners
The Library is initially launching with the following partners: 10-4.ai, Adaptrack, Advocatia, AMI Expeditionary Healthcare, Centric Consulting, ClosedLoop.ai, DARVIS, Drip7, Evergreen, Galen Healthcare Solutions, Grief Coach, Protenus, Ribbon Health, Rotera, Seqster, Syllable, Telespine, Valhalla Healthcare, Welcome Home Health, and more are being added.
“We’re calling on everyone who wants to help transform healthcare,” said Sean Lane, CEO of Olive. “Join us. The Library is going to open an unprecedented opportunity for innovators and pioneers due to our existing relationships with top health systems. Together, the returns from our investments should create a new health experience for humans.”