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Lifespark Named to Observer’s Top 20 Flyover Tech Companies in Digital Health

  • Jan 15, 2020
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 2-min Read

On the heels of the 38th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, the Observer has announced the hottest Flyover Tech Companies in Digital Health naming Lifespark as one of the top 20. Coined by the Observer, flyover companies describe the Middle America disruptors and Lifespark is thrilled to be part of that list representing Minnesota. Breaking down the ‘sick care’ systems through partnerships with large health care players and payors and our data-driven tech-enabled alternative delivery system.

‘Senior or geriatric care is among the fastest growing segments in health care. The nearly $740 billion elderly-care market is ripe for disruption, and Minnesota-based Lifespark has adroitly carved out a commanding position to capitalize on this burgeoning segment of the health care landscape. At its core, Lifespark is all about bringing a comprehensive suite of support services to elderly patients, empowering them and their families to stay in control and enabling them to live the life they want and to retire on their own terms. But behind the scenes—and this is why founder and CEO Joel Theisen has become something of a superstar within the national senior care marketplace—is the data.’

Read on to see which disruptors who made the list… 

*Note: one correction to this article, Lifespark’s capital raised reported number should be 2019 revenue, not capital raised

 

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