Category: About Us

Putting Providers at the Heart of Care Management Technology: Say Hello to the New Welkin Health

One of the most powerful questions you can ask as a leader is this: If you could do it all over again, what would you do differently?  A year ago I took the helm as CEO of Welkin Health -- and it was in a strategy session shortly thereafter where we asked this question. In the intervening weeks, we also formed a new team, launched...Read More >

Resilience, Recharging, and Recalibration: What I Won’t Forget, Thanks to the Pandemic

Just a year ago this month, we began a collective journey, retreating to our homes, becoming more familiar with our four walls than we ever thought possible, creating a new normal for ourselves and our families almost overnight. Today we look back and that classic saying seems on target: what a difference a year makes. We have not one vaccine but several that work really...Read More >

Team Member Spotlight: Dima Limonov

At Welkin Health, we believe a company is only as amazing as its people. We’ve dedicated ourselves to improving the lives of care teams and want to show off the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make that happen. We’ll be doing a Q&A with one of our extraordinary team members to show off the people behind the product. Our very own Dmitri...Read More >

The Only Way Out Is Through: Looking Back on a Disrupted and Disruptive Year

I am a planner.  This might be why my favorite book is The Art of the Long View. It’s the story of a Royal Dutch Shell strategy team in the late sixties. They were trying to employ scenario planning in advance of a shock to the oil system they knew would come eventually (but not when, why or how). For 72 hours, they locked the...Read More >

Building a Technology Foundation for Patient-Centered Care

I’m Canadian. Growing up, the comment about healthcare was always, “If you have a cold, Canada’s the place to be. If you have a heart attack, you want to be in the U.S.” That’s because the U.S. healthcare system excels at addressing acute problems: cancer, heart attacks, major injuries, you get the picture. But hospitals here are increasingly turning into repair shops, the medical equivalent...Read More >