Prior to PatientPing, Sinicropi-Yao cut her teeth in product and operations at notable health tech startups Ginger.io and Kyruus.
As health care shifts to hold providers accountable for the total cost and quality of care they provide to their population of patients, they’re challenged to manage what they can’t measure. As technology providers, PatientPing aims to provide low friction, high-yield solutions that enable providers to succeed.
“At PatientPing we’re building a national community of providers, connected through real time notifications about when and where their patients are receiving care,” explains Sinicropi-Yao of the service. “If there are two providers and they share a patient—whether they are part of the same health system or different health systems—we want those providers to be able to work together to ensure that the highest quality care is delivered to that patient.”
The notion that millions of patients will receive better coordinated care with PatientPing is what gets Sinicropi-Yao out of bed in the morning. Her recommendation to others thinking about starting a company? “Don’t do it if you don’t love it. Starting a company is the easy part, but building a business takes a lot of hard work. When hard work and passion align, great things can happen.”
Abigail Ballou, Alexandra David, Shreya Iyer and Casey Nugent contributed to this story.
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