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Join our panelists who have worked for years caring for patients and family members as part of clinical care teams, and who have now transitioned to new roles as an entrepreneur, product manager, and clinical application analyst building products and services that touch the lives of thousands of patients every day.
For any entrepreneur, designer, product leader, or other individual building healthcare products and services, hear how members of the wider care team can contribute valuable insight into your solutions and why you should hire them to help lead development at your organizations.
For any clinicians in the group, hear how these individuals moved from clinical care to tech and entrepreneurship roles, and interact with them during our Q+A period.
Clinical Application Analyst
CEO and co-founder
Robert Blatt is Co-Founder and CEO of envoyatHome, Inc. Founded in 2016, envoyatHome fulfills his vision to create a smarter way to care for seniors who live alone.
He joins the Aging Technology space after a successful career in the Financial Services industry. Rob recognized that Healthcare’s new landscape – a regulated world where data differentiates, fractions matter and return on investment rules – mirrored his experience in financial services. Believing that senior caregiving is an industry ripe for digital transformation, Rob used his experience to create envoyatHome.
Rob is an alumnus of the Wharton School of Business and holds both a BS and MS in Computer Engineering from Boston University. As an active member of his local community, Rob is the founding Treasurer and sits on the board of directors of Sustainable South Jersey. Rob has recently been appointed as Philadelphia Ambassador of Aging2.0, an international organization that strives to accelerate innovation to address the biggest challenges and opportunities in aging.
Head of Product
Joshua LIttlejohn, envoyatHome Head of Product, is a clinician, public health specialist, and healthcare services expert. He leverages over 10 years of experience across the healthcare ecosystem to create products and experiences that bring value to patients, providers, and communities. He has a particular passion for products that not only keep us healthy but foster better connections between people.
He began his career in healthcare as a bedside nurse at Tulane Hospital in New Orleans. Since 2015 he has focused on enhancing delivery of home and community care using technology. He is the former Director of the Penn Biotech Group Healthcare Consulting organization of The Wharton School of Business where he led project teams focused on product market fit, pricing strategy, and customer discovery.
Joshua is a Product Owner at Penn Medicine, where he leads the development of new data products for surgery, neurology, and clinical research stakeholders. He is certified in EPIC EHR and holds the certification GIMI Level II – Innovation Master from the Global Innovation Management Institute.
His diverse background in bedside nursing, public health, clinical informatics, and technology has provided a solid platform on which he has created a range of products. These include communication toolkits used by community health workers in rural Africa, cloud-based data visualization products for multi-hospital health systems, and consumer-facing digital healthcare platforms delivering virtual caregiving to families and clinicians under DaaS and SaaS models.
Joshua leads the envoyatHome Product work to ensure its clinical relevance and frictionless integration into the healthcare ecosystem. He holds an MPH and an MSN-HLMP from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a licensed RN and earned his RN-BSN from Louisiana State University. He also holds a BS in Microbiology and Molecular Biology from Clemson University. Joshua was recently named Deputy Ambassador of the Philadelphia Chapter of Aging2.0, and is an enthusiastic leader of global Hackathons, most recently COVID-19 solutions events sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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