Be Healthy. Be Home. Be Good.

Empowering Individuals to take control of their health

About Us

Self Health Network Inc.TM (SHN) has developed a patent pending SaaS platform that supports patients’ adherence to pre-and post-discharge care plans, provides the ability to measure and track health data, and enables individuals to get better and stay better by providing access to targeted health information.
WE EMPOWER INDIVIDUALS TO TAKE CONTROL OF THEIR HEALTH THROUGH TECHNOLOGIES THAT ENABLE PERSONALIZED, IMMEDIATE COMMUNICATIONS WITH PROVIDERS AND CAREGIVERS
The HIPAA Compliant Patient-Centered Healthcare Community
ADHERENCE = BETTER OUTCOMES = LOWER COSTS

I’M HOME!® connects patients to providers pre- and post-discharge via:

mobile
Real Time Connectivity
careplan
Care Plan Compliance & Intervention
medication
Medication Adherence

I’M HOME! offers multiple clinical tracks:

Bariatric Surgery

Congestive Heart Failure

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COPD

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High Risk Children Utilization Management

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Diabetes

diabities

Gastro

Heart Transplants

Heart Transplants

Maternity

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Med/Surg

Med/Sur

Orthopedics

Orthopedics

Pediatric Heart Surgery

Pediatric Heart Surgery

Pneumonia

Pneumonia

Perinatal/ Postpartum Utilization Management

Perinatal/ Postpartum Utilization Management

A pilot of I’M HOME! at a Northern California hospital demonstrated:
Increased patient engagement, care plan adherence and intervention, and improved physician and hospital staff workflows  
* Data from August 2014 – May 2015
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29000

Total Interactions

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100

Alert Response Rate Patient to Provider

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88

Days Patients Continued to Use App After Completion of Care Track

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ZERO Non-medically Necessary Readmissions

I’M HOME!’s Multiple Benefits

INCREASES

  • Revenue
  • Patient Satisfaction
  • EMR Portal Utilization

IMPROVES

  • Coordination of Care Plans
  • Care Information Available to Clinicians
  • Communication with Community Partners
  • Performance on ACO Quality Measures
  • Patients’ Understanding of Discharge Instructions

REDUCES

  • Readmissions
  • Labor Costs
  • Length of Stay

“I’M HOME! is going to be big! We really need a way to monitor patients while they are home recovering from surgery without having to keep calling them or wait until something serious happens to them. This is the way of the future!” – I’M HOME! clinician user

“This is great! It helps lessen my anxiety for the procedure!” – I’M HOME! patient user

I’M HOME! Monitors Adherence Remotely and Improves Workflows
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I’M HOME! Enables Real Time Multi-Directional Connectivity
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Team Based Personalized Care

I’M HOME! IS THE HIPAA COMPLIANT PATIENT-CENTERED HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY
THAT ENSURES PATIENTS GET BETTER AND STAY BETTER

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Our Team

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Chairman of the Board, CEO, & CFO View Details

Kevin Murphy, Chairman of the Board, CEO, & CFO

Kerry Clark

Kerry Clark

Chief Technology Officer View Details

Kerry Clark, Chief Technology Officer

Kristina Redgrave

Kristina Redgrave

VP, Product Development & Marketing View Details

Kristina Redgrave, VP, Product Development & Marketing

Alexis Waxman

Alexis Waxman

VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary View Details

Alexis Waxman, VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary

Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy

Chairman of the Board, CEO, & CFO

Mr. Murphy brings over 20 years of experience as a strategic advisor to healthcare services companies, and has worked with businesses in nearly every segment of the industry. In such areas as Healthcare IT, hospital management, managed care, physician practice management, home health and others, he has completed over $30 billion of mergers and acquisitions and raised more than $5 billion in equity and debt capital. His interests in healthcare began earlier in his career while studying genetics at The Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Mr. Murphy holds a B.S. in Chemistry from MIT and an MBA (beta gamma sigma) from Columbia Business School.

Kerry Clark

Kerry Clark

Chief Technology Officer

Kerry Clark has led global initiatives over the last 22 years at large corporations and entrepreneurial ventures supporting many industries including Telecommunications, Automotive, Market Research & Publishing, Online Advertising & Search, Retail, Travel & Leisure, Financial Services, Insurance and Government. He began his technology career during the dot.com boom where he served as Director of Information Systems at the Web Search Division of Overture Services, later acquired by Yahoo. From there he led eBay’s Center of Excellence for North America Reporting & Analysis. He has also served as the Executive Director of Technology Services and Data Management at J.D. Power and Associates, a member of the McGraw-Hill companies. During his tenure as an executive technology leader, he and his organization provided data & software engineering, infrastructure & operational services, information systems, and crisis management (emergency response, information security, business continuity) oversight across the globe. He also served as Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of HighR, an enterprise SaaS company quantifying the health of client/vendor relationships while mobilizing sales and account teams with solutions to reach their business’ full potential.

Kristina Redgrave

Kristina Redgrave

VP, Product Development & Marketing

Kristina Redgrave has extensive experience working on various strategic healthcare initiatives. Prior to joining Self Health Network, Kristina advised early- to mid- stage startups in health and civic technology on business, product and marketing development and strategy. Kristina’s first venture into affecting change in healthcare came when she co-founded GlobeMed, a national non-profit organization focused on improving the health of people living in poverty around the world. Subsequently, Kristina served as the Assistant Director of the Office for Women’s Initiatives and Outreach (GOWIO), while working for Governor Strickland (Ohio), where she led initiatives that advanced the status of women and girls in the areas of economic development, health care, education and personal safety. She also led the $10B implementation of the federal stimulus (ARRA) across the state of Ohio. In both roles, she worked on implementing various reforms and new programs to strengthen the health of Ohioans. In the past, she has also worked as the health policy advisor for a policy institute, Innovation Ohio; as the digital strategist for a healthy communities initiative in central Ohio, Healthy New Albany; and at Deloitte Center for Health Solutions doing comparative health system analysis.

Alexis Waxman

Alexis Waxman

VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary

As the VP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Self Health Network Inc., Alexis manages all aspects of the Legal, Compliance, and Human Resource functions of the Company. Prior to joining Self Health Network Inc., Alexis served as a legal extern at salesforce.com in the Commercial Division, a judicial extern for Judge Harold E. Kahn in the Law & Motion Division of the San Francisco Superior Court, and a legal extern with the Homeless Advocacy Project in San Francisco. Alexis received her B.A. in International Studies from Fordham University and studied French at the Université de la Sorbonne in Paris, France. She received her Juris Doctorate degree in 2013 from Golden Gate University School of Law. Alexis is an active member of the California State Bar.

Board Members

Thomas McInerney

Thomas McInerney

CEO of Genworth View Details

Thomas McInerney, CEO of Genworth

Anita Waxman

Anita Waxman

Co-founder & Business Development Consultant of Self Health Network View Details

Anita Waxman, Co-founder & Business Development Consultant of Self Health Network

Tom Jacoby

Tom Jacoby

Corporate Development Officer and Chairman of Tymphany, Inc. View Details

Tom Jacoby, Corporate Development Officer and Chairman of Tymphany, Inc.

Dr. Eric (Rick) Leinwohl

Dr. Eric (Rick) Leinwohl

Former Founder and Managing Director of CID Management       View Details

Dr. Eric (Rick) Leinwohl, Former Founder and Managing Director of CID Management      

Dr. Dale Bredesen

Dr. Dale Bredesen

Director of the Easton Center for Alzheimer's Research at UCLA, Founding CEO/Scientist at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging View Details

Dr. Dale Bredesen, Director of the Easton Center for Alzheimer's Research at UCLA, Founding CEO/Scientist at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Thomas McInerney

Thomas McInerney

CEO of Genworth

Thomas J. McInerney is the current President and Chief Executive Officer of Genworth. Before joining Genworth, Mr. McInerney had served as a Senior Advisor at the Boston Consulting Group from June 2011 to December 2012, providing consulting and advisory services to leading insurance and financial services companies in the United States and Canada.

Prior to that, Mr. McInerney spent 30 years working with ING Groep NV and Aetna Inc. From October 2009 to December 2010, Mr. McInerney was a member of ING Groep’s Management Board for Insurance, where he was the Chief Operating Officer for ING’s insurance and investment management businesses worldwide. From April 2006 to October 2009, he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ING Americas and a member of ING Groep’s Executive Board, where he led ING’s pension, retirement services, insurance and investment management businesses in the United States, Canada and seven countries in Latin America. From October 2001 to April 2006, he was the Chief Executive Officer of ING U.S. Financial Services, where he was the head of ING’s insurance, retirement services and mutual funds business in the United States, and from December 2000 to October 2001, he was Chief Executive Officer of ING U.S. Worksite Financial Services, which focused on ING’s employer-sponsored services. In 2000, ING Groep acquired Aetna Financial Services, for which Mr. McInerney served as President from August 1997 to December 2000. Prior to that, he served in many leadership positions with Aetna, including Senior Vice President for Sales and National Accounts for Aetna U.S. Healthcare from April 1996 to August 1997 and Vice President of Strategy for Aetna Inc. from July 1995 to April 1996.

Mr. McInerney began his career as an insurance underwriter with Aetna Casualty and Surety in June 1978. Mr. McInerney has been active with the American Council of Life Insurers and the Financial Services Roundtable, having served on each association’s board and Chief Executive Officer Committee. Mr. McInerney received a B.A. in Economics from Colgate University and an M.B.A. from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

Anita Waxman

Anita Waxman

Co-founder & Business Development Consultant of Self Health Network

Anita Waxman brings many years of experience as an executive and advisor to privately held companies, especially healthcare-related companies. Ms. Waxman founded and served as Chairman of Howe-Lewis International, a management consulting and executive search firm. She was part of the team that founded Diasonics, which was instrumental in bringing Diagnostic Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technology and equipment to world markets. She was also the Co-Founder and Director of American Biodyne Inc. In 1992, while Ms. Waxman served as Director, the company was taken public and was soon after acquired by Medco Containment Services, Inc. (itself later acquired by Merck).

Ms. Waxman has served on the Board of Directors of SOS International, a worldwide medical service company, which was eventually sold in the 90s for approximately $800M. Ms. Waxman is also on the board of The Cleveland Clinic, Wellness Institute Leadership Council.

Tom Jacoby

Tom Jacoby

Corporate Development Officer and Chairman of Tymphany, Inc.

Tom Jacoby has 30 years of operating, consulting and M&A experience in the consumer electronics, human capital management and clean energy industries. Currently, Tom serves as Corporate Development Officer and Chairman for Tymphany, Inc a leading producer of integrated loudspeaker systems. Tom is also Chairman of Innovation Fuels Inc; a venture backed BioDiesel company based in New York. As part of his work in the Clean Tech field, Tom is a founding Director of the California Clean Energy Fund and serves on its investment committee. Additionally, he serves on the investment committee of the California Clean Energy Angel Fund; the first angel stage capital fund formed to focus on the Clean Energy markets. As a private equity investment and business strategy consultant, Tom has developed high level strategies for Arthur Andersen, Ripplewood Holdings, New Energy Capital and Distributed Energy Systems Corp. Tom was the principle architect of a successful private equity lead integration strategy in the consumer loudspeaker market and ultimately served as Corporate Development Officer and Vice Chairman of Klipsch Group, Inc., where he was responsible for business development, acquisitions, and strategic planning. Tom remains a Director at Klipsch Group Inc. Previously; Tom was CEO and President of the Harman Consumer Group, a publicly held, Global 1,000 consumer electronics company. Tom has been a principle in more than 25 transactions and has led or participated in raising more than $200M in institutional capital. Tom is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.

Dr. Eric (Rick) Leinwohl

Dr. Eric (Rick) Leinwohl

Former Founder and Managing Director of CID Management      

Dr. Leinwohl is the former founder and Managing Director of CID Management. He is a market driven healthcare professional with over 25 years of direct experience in strategic planning, clinical and administrative operations and business development. He has been a pioneer in the area of medical management and cost containment strategies in workers’ compensation for multiple employer groups. He has distinguished himself in private practice and as a consultant to business, workers’ compensation industry and the legal profession. In addition, he has advised multiple state and employer groups in the development of utilization management programs.

Dr. Dale Bredesen

Dr. Dale Bredesen

Director of the Easton Center for Alzheimer's Research at UCLA, Founding CEO/Scientist at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Dr. Dale Bredesen, the founding President and CEO of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, is an internationally recognized expert in the field of neurodegenerative diseases. He earned his undergraduate degree at Caltech in 1974, and his MD at Duke University in 1977. He trained in Internal Medicine at Duke and in Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He was Chief Resident at UCSF and then an NIH Fellow in the Molecular Biology of Degenerative Diseases in the laboratory of Nobel laureate Prof. Stanley Prusiner at UCSF from 1986-89. In 1989 he joined the faculty at UCLA, where he was awarded the Elizabeth R. and Thomas E. Plott Chair. In 1994, he was recruited to the Burnham Institute to direct the Program on Aging, and then in 1998 he became the founding President and CEO of the Buck Institute, the nation’s only independent institute devoted to basic research on aging and age-related diseases. He is a member of the National Advisory Council on Aging.

Dr. Bredesen’s research focuses on the mechanisms of cell death in the nervous system, and led to the discovery of a novel class of receptors—dependence receptors—that mediates fundamental processes as disparate as Alzheimer’s disease, fetal development, and the spread of cancer. His work was the first to show that mutations associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and Huntington’s disease, all lead to an increase in programmed cell death in neural cells, which in turn led to the first cell culture models of these diseases. Recently the Bredesen laboratory has used these results to develop novel screens for Alzheimer’s disease therapeutics, and has identified several novel candidates that are currently in pre-clinical testing. He has authored over two hundred scientific papers, book chapters, and books, given over 250 lectures around the world, and been recognized with the Cotzias Award from the American Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, the Cherkin Award for research in neurodegenerative diseases from UCLA, the Landa Family Lectureship on Neurodegenerative Diseases from the University of Utah, and the Gilman-Barbour Distinguished Lectureship at the University of Michigan, among other awards.

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