Align Nursing Homes with Hospitals; Decrease hospital readmissions; Predictive analytics to identify highest risk patients and treat in Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) before any patient becomes acute; Increase cardiac referrals to SNF from hospitals
By stabilizing patients with heart failure sooner there are fewer trips to the hospital, and patients are able to go home sooner
By providing our services hospital readmission rates are going down, which lowers costs for patients, hospitals and SNFs
Jeffrey Bander, MD, FACC, PL Founder
Dr. Bander is a Cardiologist and entrepreneur. He has started several technology companies and is active as an advisor on several health tech start-ups and non-profits. He serves as the Medical Director for Mount Sinai Health System's Network Development and is Director of Operations of Cardiology at Mount Sinai West.
Robert Copeland-Halperin, MD
Dr. Robert S. Copeland-Halperin is a cardiologist in New York City. He received his Medical Doctorate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where he was inducted into Arthur P. Gold Society for Humanism in Medicine and the Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Society for medicine. He completed residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship training in Cardiovascular Diseases at the Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was the Director of the novel joint Cardiology-Emergency Medicine Telephone Admissions Triage Program. Dr. Copeland-Halperin has engaged in clinical research in the cardiovascular field addressing changes in endothelial function in response to various therapeutic interventions, cardiovascular effects of cancer therapy, and determinants of treatment compliance. His work has been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, including Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, the Journal of the American Heart Association, Current Opinion in Cardiology, and the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. He is a third-generation physician with a particular interest in Cardio-Oncology, tele-medicine, and healthcare startups and innovation.
Johanna Contreras, MD, FACC
Dr. Contreras was born and educated in Colombia, completing her medical education at Universidad Industrial de Santander. In 2011, Dr. Contreras moved to NYC and became an Assistant Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. After building one of the largest based-referral practices in NY and becoming a reference cardiologist, Dr. Contreras became the director of the division of Heart Failure at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West. She is also the Medical Director of the Hispanic Heart Center, a reference center that provides state-of-the-art therapies and interventions for complex cardiac conditions.
Dr. Contreras strives to promote diversity and healthcare among minority groups. She is determined to eliminate cardiovascular health disparities and improve access to advanced CHF therapies for minority patients.
Nishant Trivedi, MD
Dr. Trivedi's interests are in heart failure and reducing cardiac hospital readmissions. Dr. Trivedi's hobbies include: music, hiking, medical education, and biomedical technology.
Ilana Bander, CFO
Seasoned financial expert the preparation of financial statements and general accounting of the U.S. employee benefit plans. Led two projects to change the accounting practices that resulted in income recognized of approximately $50M.
- Managed investment reporting of $20B+ assets, including mark-to-market entries of trading and available for sale securities, performed FAS115 impairment reviews, and assigned FAS157 hierarchy levels.
Yu Chen, Operations Manager
Yu is an Electrical Engineer who spent a year working for an aerospace company, after graduating from RPI, only to discover that his passion wasn’t in engineering but in medicine. He is currently enrolled as a premedical post-baccalaureate student, working towards the prerequisites and applying to medical school as a non-traditional applicant upon completion. Yu is currently seeking ways to streamline and optimize processes to improve efficiency of the program.
Our dedicated Data Team analyzes electronic health record data and inputs relevant information into our program application. The information is critical for clients and our team in determining how patients are doing and making effective recommendations to a patient's care plan.
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