The Journal of mHealth Recognizes SnapMD as a Global Digital Health 100 Company
International heath technology publication The Journal of mHealth has named SnapMD as one of the Global Digital Health 100 companies that demonstrates the greatest potential to change the way that healthcare is delivered. The program is one of the health-tech industry’s foremost technology awards, celebrating innovation and entrepreneurship, from startups to established corporations. SnapMD was selected for its enterprise-level Virtual Care Management (VCM) telehealth platform and ability to connect the care continuum for hospitals and health systems.
For this year’s program, solution scalability was a key factor. Matthew Driver, Managing Editor of The Journal of mHealth, said “One of the most profound differences identifiable in this year’s cohort is the number of technology providers who are delivering their solutions at scale. In past years, many of our featured technologies have been limited by their relatively small user groups, but as the healthcare technology market continues to mature, we are now beginning to see more and more solutions that are successfully delivering these technology-driven modalities to much larger user bases.”
Following SnapMD’s nomination, a six-month judging period and analysis took place to determine list honorees. The Journal’s editorial and advisory team reviewed nominations from across the health-tech ecosystems and selected companies based on 10 different quantitative and qualitative evaluation metrics. This included disruptive impact, proof of concept, technology innovation, social value, effectiveness, execution of strategy, and, industry integration. All 100 companies selected demonstrate true innovation and the opportunity to disrupt the delivery of healthcare at scale.