Pearl Health, a leading technology company focused on physician enablement and risk bearing in value-based care, has announced the addition of multiple senior leaders in recent weeks — including Patrick Mauro, Executive Vice President of Data Science & Analytics, and Ryan Donahue, Vice President of Software Engineering — to enhance the company’s technical capabilities and continue building out its robust engineering function.
“Data gives life to everything we do: from helping partner organizations understand opportunities in value-based care to enabling primary care providers to effectively manage their patient panels,” said Matt Solnit, Chief Technology Officer of Pearl Health. “We’re thrilled to welcome Patrick Mauro and Ryan Donahue to our team. Scalable technology that surfaces data and insights is a must for any company that aims to drive innovation in value-based care. I have high conviction that this is the team to take on that challenge.”
Patrick Mauro, Executive Vice President of Data Science & Analytics, joins Pearl Health to create quantitative frameworks around the complex problem of efficiently delivering high-quality healthcare. Patrick learned the craft of statistical analysis and distributed computing while working as a high-frequency trader at Hudson River Trading, where he led a team trading US and European equities. Following this experience, Patrick consulted in a variety of industries, from entertainment to food rescue to biomedical engineering, and formed a close working relationship with Pearl Health through his consulting work before recently joining the team full time. Patrick holds a S.M. in Electrical Engineering and an A.B. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Harvard College.
“Two years of working with Pearl as a consultant have shown me what a high-caliber team this is and how much potential we have to make a meaningful impact on the future of our healthcare system,” said Patrick Mauro, Executive Vice President of Data Science & Analytics. “At Pearl, we’re focused on solving some of the biggest problems our healthcare system faces in the transition to value-based care. Finding solutions for these problems is not only stimulating, it’s also deeply rewarding to work toward such a worthy mission.”
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Ryan Donahue, Vice President of Software Engineering, joins the Pearl team with more than 15 years of technical leadership experience. Prior to Pearl, Ryan managed multiple teams at Amazon, including the Alexa Healthcare team responsible for enabling Alexa to conduct telehealth visits, and a non-healthcare team responsible for building a grocery warehouse management system from the ground up. Before Amazon, Ryan worked at Vulcan, a tech-for-good organization started by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen. At Vulcan, Ryan’s team launched an infectious disease surveillance system for refugee camps in Africa, and supported an initiative to identify illegal timber at ports of entry. Before Vulcan, Ryan provided tech leadership for Valant, a healthcare tech startup that created a highly configurable electronic medical record system for Medicaid funded hospitals and organizations focused on mental health. Ryan also worked as a Sr. Software Architect and engineering leader at StudyManager, a startup which created a first of class clinical trial management system that was widely used by universities and research organizations around the world. Ryan studied Health Informatics at UC Davis, and distributed system and application development at the University of Washington.
“My passion is building teams that deliver differentiated software that solves real articulable problems for the end user,” said Ryan Donahue, Vice President of Software Engineering. “We’re building the Pearl Platform to help primary care providers identify the patients most likely to need their attention and to make it as easy as possible to deliver high-quality, proactive care. It’s exciting to be building toward something that has the potential to have such a positive impact.”
In addition to building provider-enablement technology, Pearl Health partners with organizations large and small with financial and services offerings that help ease the transition to value-based healthcare and drive performance in risk-bearing arrangements. For more information on how to empower your organization with the right capital, technology, and expert support to perform in value-based care, visit: pearlhealth.com/enterprise
About Pearl Health
Pearl Health is democratizing access to value in healthcare. Led by provider enablement, risk-bearing, and technology experts, Pearl offers software and services that help providers reimagine how they visualize, understand, and care for their patients. Pearl supports primary care organizations and providers in their transition to value-based care and surfaces data and insights that help them deliver better, more proactive care, decrease total cost of care across patient panels, and optimize performance in risk-bearing models like Medicare’s ACO REACH. Since its founding in 2020, Pearl has raised more than $100M in funding from investors such as Andreessen Horowitz, Viking Global Investors, AlleyCorp, and SV Angel, and has grown to serve customers in 29 states and Washington, DC.
Learn more at www.pearlhealth.com.