Serial Medical Tech / Digital Health Entrepreneur Offers Experience and Leadership in Successful Cloud-Based Platforms

Boston, MA May 2, 2017— Health Helm, Inc., an emerging digital health company commercializing a superior patient-care coordination solution, Trusted Patient CoachTM (TPC), announces the appointment of Nancy Briefs to its Board of Directors. Briefs is a successful serial entrepreneur in the medical and digital health market with 30+ years of experience.

“We are very excited to welcome Nancy to our board of directors,” said Pamela McNamara, Co-Founder and CEO of Health Helm, Inc.TM. “Her 30+ years of successful leadership in building companies and her recent experience leading a transformative digital platform at InfoBionic will definitely serve Health Helm, Inc. TM well as we commercialize our platform.”

“I am honored to join the Health Helm, Inc.TM Board of Directors and work with this exceptional team,” Briefs said. “Ms. McNamara has been a leader across the healthcare technology landscape for decades, including her previous work at CRF Health and as CEO of Arthur D Little. I look forward to sharing my experiences and contributing to the future direction and growth of Health Helm, Inc.TM.”

Ms. Briefs received a BA in Psychology and a BSc in Business from Emporia University and received an MBA in Marketing & Finance from Golden Gate University.

About Health Helm, Inc. – Health Helm, Inc. has developed their proprietary software platform, TPC, to address the growing problems of high post-discharge hospital readmission and medication and care-plan non-adherence by patients.TPC closes the communication loop between patients and their clinicians, is configurable to post-acute and chronic conditions, and uses real-time analytics and functionality to enable increased adherence by patients to their care plans. Health Helm, Inc.TM is led by a team with extensive healthcare, clinical practice and clinical trial, and patient adherence experience.

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