Jason Prestinario Secures Spot on Prestigious List of Executives Poised to Change the Landscape of Healthcare
New York, NY- September 12, 2023 – Particle Health, an interoperability platform that aggregates and delivers actionable patient analytics and insights to healthcare companies, today announced that CEO Jason Prestinario has earned a place on Managed Healthcare Executives distinguished list of Emerging Leaders in Healthcare.
"I am thrilled to be recognized as an Emerging Leader in Healthcare for my work leveraging the power of data and analytics to improve health outcomes and make more affordable care a reality," shared Jason. "We know that patient insights are critical to achieving the full value of interoperability, which is why Particle is leveraging health data from more than 320 million patients' medical records to make it more actionable for healthcare providers to deliver better care while improving clinical results."
For the annual accolade, the publication’s editors selected 12 emerging leaders who represented the full gamut of U.S. healthcare visionaries, each having a tangible impact on how care is delivered today. This includes executives empowering the next generation of healthcare at companies harnessing the ever-increasing amount of healthcare data, community health worker organizations addressing social determinants of health, and enterprises devoted to improving Medicaid program access and quality.
Joining Particle in May of 2023 from Komodo Health, Jason previously served as the general manager of the company’s Healthcare Solutions Business Unit where he led the expansion of its data platform to reach the wider healthcare ecosystem, including payers and providers. As an engineer-turned-operator, he started at Komodo as Head of Data Science and was appointed to product engineering leadership positions where he was instrumental in building and launching Prism and Sentinel, two of Komodo's most dominant products. Prior to his time at Komodo, Jason was at Palantir Technologies. He holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University.
Today, Jason is leading the evolution of Particle’s mission to go beyond enabling secure data access and exchange to being able to help providers contextualize and understand their patients’ data to improve care journeys. Particle’s platform can analyze the vast amounts of healthcare data generated daily, empowering healthcare providers to drive better outcomes and improve health while protecting individual privacy.
To read the September issue and view all the winners, please click here.
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