Building a Profitable Healthcare IT Company: Lessons for Building Long-Term Business Success


MAY 13, 2021
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST


Building a Profitable Healthcare IT Company: Lessons for Building Long-Term Business Success

Thursday, May 13
2:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST

According to McKinsey, with average projected growth at approximately 12% per year and a minimum of 8% growth across all value pools through 2024, digital health value pools provide a significant opportunity for both new entrants and established players to capture value.

In this conversation, Eric Rosow, CEO of Diameter Health, will share the lessons he has learned as a serial entrepreneur and how Diameter Health has navigated the complex healthcare IT landscape and found a strategy that propelled it towards success.

Diameter Health is the standard for clinical data optimization, transforming raw patient information into the highest quantity and quality of interoperable data for healthcare organizations. Powered by automated, scalable, auditable technology and a team of industry experts, Diameter Health delivers actionable and enriched clinical data that enables real-time transactions, improved analytics, reduced cost, and better care outcomes. The Diameter Health platform enables organizations that depend on multi-source clinical data streams, such as health plans, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), healthcare IT, life insurers, and health systems to realize greater value from their data.

Join us on May 13th for the opportunity to learn more about the critical sources of value for Diameter Health and how the company delivers its products and services.


2:00 – 3:00 PM EST


This is a virtual event



Eric Rosow, CEO of Diameter HealthEric Rosow, CEO of Diameter Health

Eric Rosow serves as CEO of Diameter Health. He has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare technology, new venture creation, and executive management. Prior to co-founding Diameter Health, Eric served as the VP and General Manager of the Patient Flow business unit for Eclipsys and Allscripts. Preceding that, Eric was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Premise, a company he co-founded and led through its sale to Eclipsys. Before founding Premise, Eric was the Director of Biomedical Engineering at Hartford Hospital.

Eric is passionate about building high-performance entrepreneurial teams that challenge the status quo and create disruptive, yet pragmatic healthcare IT innovations. A native of Avon, CT, Eric earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering at Trinity College and an MS in Biomedical Engineering from the Hartford Graduate Center/Rensselaer in Hartford. He holds several patents and has authored more than 50 academic papers, several book chapters, and a textbook on virtual bioinstrumentation. At the community level, as a former member of the U.S. National Rowing Team and an active masters rower, Eric volunteered as a varsity crew coach for the Avon High School Rowing Program, which he helped co-found in 2007.


Eric Rosow, CEO of Diameter HealthAlan Mendelson, General Partner, Axiom Venture Partners

Alan Mendelson is a venture capitalist in Connecticut where he has been investing in the industry for over 35 years. He is currently a partner in VC23, a Connecticut-based partnership that invests primarily in the biotech tools space and diagnostics. Prior to joining VC23 in 2019, Alan was the managing founding partner of Axiom Venture Partners. Axiom managed $200 million in 3 funds. Prior to founding Axiom, Alan spent 25 years at Aetna Life and Casualty (Aetna), where he had a number of responsibilities in the investment area. Among his responsibilities, he ran Aetna’s $65 million direct venture investing program generating $265 million of proceeds.

Alan has been involved in technology policy and development in Connecticut for over 35 years. He was the Finance Committee Vice Chairman of the state’s first High Technology Task Force in 1984, where he created Connecticut Seed Ventures and two Centers of Excellence. He has also been on the advisory board of Connecticut Innovations since 1989 and is currently on the board of the Connecticut Technology Council and the MIT Enterprise Forum. In his industry roles for the state, he has received the Distinguished Service Award from Connecticut Innovations, where he served as president.


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