Another Successful Entrepreneur Joins Health-Tech Start-Up healthio inc

Brian Durst joins the advisory board of healthio

Brian Durst

healthio inc, a start-up that provides an artificial intelligence (AI)-based preventive health platform, announced the addition of Brian Durst to its board of advisers.

Brian is a successful entrepreneur with a strong background in venture capital and private equity. He is the chairman and CEO of Tribe 9 Foods, a marketer and manufacturer of high-growth natural food products sold under the Taste Republic, RP’s Pasta, Yumbutter and Ona brands.

Previously, Brian helped to commercialize QuadMed – an onsite/near-site healthcare provider providing holistic, patient-centered primary care with an emphasis on screening and prevention.

“We hope to leverage Brian’s experiences from his entrepreneurial journey to shape healthio’s market traction as well as influence our capital raise strategies,” said Sanjay Mohan, healthio co-founder and chief executive officer.

About healthio inc (www.healthio.care): Health & wellness is what happens during the more than 360 days per year spent while a person is away from the doctor. healthio empowers individuals to take unprecedented charge of their health management, become smarter about their health-related actions and outcomes and finally make preventive healthcare a reality.

healthio is a data aggregation platform that leverages individual specific sensor and non-sensor information. healthio allows a user to connect and share insights with a chosen support network, thereby shifting healthcare management to the user and user’s environment and enabling health advocacy via a micro-social network. Overall, healthio leverages machine learning to understand changes in the user’s physiology to either predict or prevent negative health outcomes.

Source: healthio inc

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