Careteam in the News
Vancouver – November 14, 2018 – An innovative physician, health leader and tech entrepreneur, Alexandra is the co-founder, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Careteam, an AI-enabled platform defragmenting healthcare. She is also CEO of myBestHelper, an algorithm-enhanced marketplace connecting families with child and elder care. But that’s not all – she’s the founder of Littlecodr (little coder), a top-rated game on Product Hunt, that teaches kids to code.
OTTAWA – November 7, 2018 – Joule, a Canadian Medical Association (CMA) subsidiary, has announced the recipients for its annual Innovation grants. This year marks the highest value Innovation grants to date: recipients will share $200,000 in flexible funding to develop or expand a project that affects how physicians work and the care their patients receive.
Dr. Alexandra T. Greenhill, the CEO and chief medical officer of Careteam in British Columbia, is addressing care fragmentation with a digital platform enhanced by artificial intelligence that connects patients, families and their team of health professionals. The $25,000 Innovation grant will help fund a platform that aims to improve system navigation, outcomes and satisfaction for patients, while reducing system costs.
Vancouver – October 29, 2018 – When physician Alexandra T. Greenhill, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Canada-based Careteam, approached Jeremy Smith, a health tech executive that she worked with years prior, to talk about building a new type of healthcare collaboration platform, Smith’s response was something to the tune of “Great minds think alike.”