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OmniLife Receives $250,000 SBIR Grant in Support of Transplants for Kids project

OmniLife, a health technology communication and collaboration platform, and collaborators Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and the Starzl Network have been awarded a $250,000 SBIR grant from the National Institutes of Health. The grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) will support the “Transplants for Kids” project, which will use AI / machine learning algorithms to align optimal donor grafts with children awaiting liver transplants. Previous work completed by members of the Starzl Network […]

OmniLife Brings on Experienced Health Care Leader Dyan Bymark to Scale the Business for Growth and Expansion

OmniLife, a SaaS health technology integrated communication and care coordination platform for the organ transplantation and organ failure care continuum, has named Dyan Bymark Chief Commercial Officer. In her newly created role, she will lead the company’s product, marketing, and business development initiatives as well as support sales operations to drive sustainable growth and position OmniLife as a leader in the rapidly growing healthcare coordination market. Bymark brings more than 25 years of experience to OmniLife’s leadership team as […]

OmniLife Partners With Redox to Add Patient Referral Management Tool to Its End-to-End Communication Platform for Transplant Hospitals

OmniLife, a health technology communication and collaboration platform, has partnered with Redox, the industry-leading electronic health record (EHR) integration and healthcare interoperability platform, to create a new integrated patient management tool as part of its overarching platform that provides end-to-end communication solutions for transplant hospitals. Read more >>

OmniLife Named a Finalist for the 2022 Innovation Challenge in Kidney Disease by Lyfebulb and CVS Kidney Care®

OmniLife, a health technology integrated communication, workflow, and care coordination platform focused on transplant hospitals, group practices, and ACOs (e.g., KCCs), has been recognized as a finalist for the 2022 Innovation Challenge: Accelerating Innovations in Kidney Disease to Improve Health Equity and Outcomes by the teams at Lyfebulb and CVS Kidney Care®, a CVS Health® company. Read more >>

OmniLife and ACTION Network Solidify Collaboration to Drive Innovation

OmniLife, a health technology communication and collaboration platform, has finalized its formal collaboration with the Advanced Cardiac Therapies Improving Outcomes Network, or ACTION. The organizations will work together to drive innovation around patient care and clinical decision making, specifically with the goal of improving outcomes for children with heart failure. Read more >>

OmniLife Joins Forces with ATP-Bio To Advance Software

OmniLife, a health technology communication and collaboration platform, has launched an affiliation with ATP-Bio as an official ATP-Bio member to work together to advance its software into the organ, tissue, cell preservation and regenerative medicine industries. OmniLife’s groundbreaking technology platform is designed to improve communication between all key stakeholders in the organ and tissue donation, transplantation, and research industries. Read more >>

OmniLife and Starzl Network Solidify Strategic Partnership to Drive Innovation

OmniLife is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the Starzl Network led by UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to drive innovation around transplant graft selection and acceptance, specifically with the goal of reducing pediatric waitlist mortality. OmniLife has been leading efforts to improve communication between all partners involved in the organ transplantation process with its novel technology since 2016. Read more >>

From Charlotte & Louisville, OmniLife Is Tackling Communication, Logistics Problems In Organ Donor Process

What happens after you check ‘become an organ donor’ at the DMV? However well-intentioned organ donors may be, the reality is that upwards of 54% of donated organs are discarded. For the team behind OmniLife, it’s a logistics problem. “A big reason for organ discard is that not enough information is accessible to make a quick decision on a transplant,” co-founder Dalton Shaull told Hypepotamus. “Other times, the organ has been accepted [by a patient] but it doesn’t get […]

Emerging Health IT Start-up OmniLife Adds Seasoned Executive Paul Winandy to Board of Directors

Emerging healthcare IT start-up OmniLife has added industry-experienced professional Paul Winandy to its Board of Directors. Paul Winandy, a health IT and SaaS start-up CEO, has been an executive leader in four successful technology startups, each of which were named to the prestigious Inc. 500 list of fastest-growing businesses and concluded with successful exits. Read more >>