Position Health In The News

Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs
Taking Your Digital Healthcare Idea from Lab to Market & cocktail reception

December 1, 2018

Join panelist, Position Health Co-Founder Dr. Kyan Safavi, on Monday, December 10th at 5:30 PM for the Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs 60-minute panel discussion “Taking Your Digital Healthcare Idea from Lab to Market,” moderated by Partners HealthCare Pivot Labs Senior Director, Dr. Kamal Jethwani, and featuring five of the area’s most promising digital health innovators who will share with you their experiences – warts and all – as they took their product from concept to reality.

Boston Children's pilots geolocation technology to help babies with weak hearts

May 1, 2017

Boston Children's Hospital is the latest to tackle the problem of continuity of care between a patient's doctor and any emergency room or urgent care center they might find themselves in. And they're testing the technology, from startup Position Health, in some of their smallest and most high risk patients.

Venture Fizz
Position Health Uses Patient Smartphones, Geofencing to Improve ED Care

April 27, 2017

Thousands of people travel to Boston every year to receive specialized treatment from one of the city’s world-class hospitals. After receiving treatment, however, the vast majority of those patients return home.

That means if they experience complications, they go to the nearest emergency department to be treated by doctors who aren’t as familiar with them or their condition.

Position Health is looking to solve that problem for patients with complex conditions. By alerting providers if their patient enters an emergency room or hospital, the company helps connect the people making treatment decisions with the people who hold critical knowledge of the patient’s prior care and condition.

Stanford Medicine X
trackER mobile application presented at Stanford Medicine X conference

April 25, 2015

trackER: a novel mobile health solution harnessing geolocation technology to catalyze information exchange in the ED to eliminate redundant healthcare utilization