Ricardo Ibarria is the founder of Hygeia Health, a start up that has developed the Hygeia Health Station. It’s not your typical health startup idea. It’s not an app, a wearable or a SaaS. It’s an actual, Made-in-America, telehealth product. Hygeia is currently piloting the Hygeia Health Station which increases engagement and adoption in telehealth services in large covered population settings such as employers or schools. The potential for the Hygeia Health station extends as far as developing countries. As long as electricity is available, telehealth services can be delivered.
Hygeia Health featured in Venture Beat
Ricardo Ibarria’s Background
Founded Hygeia Health
What is the Hygeia Health System?
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What skills or credentials does the operator need?
Can you get training at a Community College?
Where are you doing the beta test? Retail or Employers?
Will this work in a developing country?
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