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In this very special episode of Who Would Have Thought, we welcome Kyle Kiser, CEO of Arrive Health (formerly RxRevu), an industry leader in real-time prescription benefit services. Kyle and his team focus on creating seamless, cost-effective prescribing experiences for patients and providers. Tune in to learn about the importance of price transparency and simplifying healthcare, as well as what it’s like growing an innovative healthcare technology company.
Kyle sheds light on solutions to the biggest challenges in effective healthcare delivery and the impact of policy and legislation on prescription price transparency and healthcare technology innovation. You’ll also learn how Arrive Health is directly improving the lives of patients, healthcare providers, and caregivers through innovation, ethics, and strategic partnerships.
To learn more about Arrive Health, visit: www.arrivehealth.com
About Our Guest:
Kyle Kiser is the Chief Executive Officer and Board Member of Arrive Health. He is a student of the healthcare value chain and is passionate about solving impactful problems and creating change that makes healthcare work better for people.
Connect with Kyle on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-kiser-68ba218
SmartTab is driving the future of digital medicine by developing a superior patient-centered personalized drug delivery platform in the form of a wireless ingestible capsule. The patient experience fuels SmartTab's commitment to create novel, effective therapies that improve patient outcomes and compliance.
For more information visit: www.smarttab.co
“Ultimately, it’s the provider and patient relationship that is the most powerful and important moment in someone’s healthcare journey. What we see our role as is clearing the path for that sacred encounter to happen.”
“We want to solve the affordability issues, we want to solve the access issues, we want to do that with technology so that that patient and that provider can focus on health.”
“Price transparency is more important than ever because it’s a baseline requirement to delivering adequate care.”