HuffPost's Carol Marak interviewed healthcare and healthcare technology execs to unveil the most disruptive trends in healthcare. She included Medalogix and our CEO's comments in her coverage. Check it out.

Healthcare is the biggest industry in the world today and the most costly for older adults. In 2012, the U.S. healthcare business hit $3 trillion. According to Deloitte, The United States spends more on medical care over many countries in the world. We spent close to 17.7 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2013, and it grew by an average of 4.9 percent in 2014. By 2018, the GDP will rise to 17.9 percent.


Our technology Bridge helps clinicians identify the right patients to link to hospice at the right time. And when those patients are identified, difficult conversations inevitably follow. In an effort to make difficult end-of-life discussions a little easier, Alive Hospice is creating a simulation lab for advance care planning conversations. Our CEO Dan recently shared his thoughts on the lab in Nashville Medical News. See the article on Nashville Medical News or check it out below.


Tech jobs at Medalogix go beyond analytics and number crunching. Our team is filled with highly-skilled, yet compassionate, techies that are committed to developing solutions that help people. Our CEO Dan recently shared insight about our recruiting efforts with Matthew Kosinski at See the article on or check it out below.


Our CEO Dan was interviewed by Georgetown University's student-run organization Healthcare Innovators, which aims to improve student understanding of the innovation process as it relates to health care. In the interview, Dan shares insight on how he went from owning a limousine company to starting Medalogix. See the blog here, or check it out below.