The HELIOS® Platform: an Industry Leader

VirtualHealth is a mission-driven company seeking to make healthcare more proactive through technology; it was named one of the 100 fastest growing companies in North America by Deloitte in 2018 and 2019, and a Best Place to Work by Modern Healthcare in 2020, among other awards and recognitions. The company's HELIOS® platform is the country's leading enterprise technology for care management, disease management, utilization management and population health management.

It is the first cloud-native platform to comprehensively address both traditional and value based models of care. HELIOS® was awarded top grades by KLAS and is leveraged by the largest health plans and most innovative healthcare organizations in the country to manage millions of members across commercial, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, and Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) lines of business.

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The Transformation of Healthcare Requires Transformative Technology

The last two decades have seen a titanic shift within the healthcare industry resulting from such factors as an aging population, regulatory changes, prevalence of chronic conditions and comorbidities, focus on behavioral health and social determinants, and rise of value-based care. VirtualHealth's founding team saw a heart-breaking disparity between the potential of modern technologies and the shortfalls of legacy healthcare IT systems, and made the decision to rectify this gap, specifically within the context of medical management, which they viewed as the connective tissue of the healthcare continuum.

A History of Principled Innovation
The Transformation of Healthcare Requires Transformative Technology

A History of Principled Innovation

VirtualHealth's unparalleled growth is a testament to the value of innovation. Among many other firsts, VirtualHealth was the first in its space to commit to the cloud, to pilot connected devices, to integrate transportation vendors, to incorporate patient incentives, to offer built-in telehealth, to support comprehensive FHIR API coverage, and to provide configurable robotic process automation (RPA). Vitally, VirtualHealth has built exceptional relationships with its clients and partners, ensuring that each innovation appropriately meets a true business need while fully supporting all aspects of regulatory compliance.

A Holistic Approach to Whole Person Care

Traditional fee-for-service healthcare is highly fragmented, with data scattered among providers and silos. This has made it extremely difficult to assemble a unified view of an individual's health - an absolute requirement for modernized approaches that emphasize whole person care. VirtualHealth tackled this problem head on by building custom connectors with dozens of payer and provider systems, assembling the jigsaw pieces of each person's healthcare journey into a full picture.

In turn, this made it possible to create intelligent workflows that could react in real time to relevant events in any part of the healthcare system, from hospital admissions to physician encounters to authorization requests to prescription fills to lab results to assessment responses to home visits and all points in between. The end result was HELIOS®: the essential workbench for the modern care team, combining data, tools and intelligence into a holistic platform that represents a revolution in medical management.

A Compelling Value Proposition

Today, VirtualHealth supports tens of millions of monthly event-driven decisions across millions of lives in all 50 states. The resulting gains in healthcare organizations' efficiency and care teams' productivity are far greater than the cost of the HELIOS® platform. While we are excited to offer a software license that more than pays for itself, the real value is the impact on quality, satisfaction, and outcomes. In partnering with VirtualHealth, healthcare organizations can be confident that they are unlocking tremendous value for their business, their staff, and, most importantly, the individuals who entrust themselves to their care.

A Compelling Value Proposition

A Commitment to Customer Service

While we may be classified as a software vendor, we see ourselves, above all, as a partner, an advisor, and an advocate for our clients. We hold ourselves deeply accountable and provide transparency into every facet of our delivery process. We offer consultative implementations led by seasoned professionals with extensive expertise across technology delivery, business processes, and clinical operations.

From detailed project plans with real-time dashboards to in-depth elaboration meetings and use case analysis to online collaboration across user stories and design specifications to agile delivery and client feedback capture to pre go-live training and continuous production monitoring, we work diligently to ensure our client teams have the best possible experience while meeting every one of their objectives. Our platform and our staff remain available 24/7 to support exceptional service levels and ensure that the effective delivery of care never stops.

Meet our Team

Adam Sabloff
Adam Sabloff
Chief Executive Officer / Founder
Adam Sabloff
Chief Executive Officer / Founder

A graduate of Emory University, Adam served as VP of Development and Chief Marketing Officer for Midtown Equities, a $7 billion real estate, media and aviation conglomerate, where he also oversaw its technology subsidiary, Midtown Technologies. While at Midtown, Adam spearheaded the development of the first ever “The Ritz-Carlton Residences” in Baltimore, a concept he co-created with the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Through his work, Adam recognized that seniors and the chronically ill residing in Midtown’s numerous developments could benefit greatly from next generation care delivery and technology that would make the home an organic extension of the healthcare continuum. After losing a loved one to a late-stage diagnosis, Adam launched VirtualHealth to pursue this vision.

Tomer Benami
Tomer Benami
Chief Financial Officer
Tomer Benami
Chief Financial Officer

A graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle, Tomer received both a bachelors degree in Business and a masters degree in Accounting before becoming a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He began his career at KPMG before leaving to join the startup world where he most recently served as the Vice President of Finance and Operations at Apploi. Tomer brings operational experience and a unique financial perspective to VirtualHealth.

Denis Kezerashvili
Denis Kezerashvili
Chief Technology Officer
Denis Kezerashvili
Chief Technology Officer

Denis has been a technologist for over 21 years and received his MS in Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology. He started out as a software engineer at IBM and has since worked at many companies of different sizes and industries, with past roles including Lead Architect, Chief Architect and SVP of Engineering. At his previous role at GrubHub as the Director of Engineering, he was responsible for Dinner Services as well as for technical support for Marketing and SEO. Denis has 3 children, enjoys fishing, hiking, biking, and practices Mixed Martial Arts.

Sue Powers
Sue Powers
Chief Growth Officer
Sue Powers
Chief Growth Officer

Prior to joining VirtualHealth, Sue was Vice President of Sales at Array Health. Sue has also held senior roles at Edifecs, Quovadx, Vitria, Netscape, and Tandem Computers. She has been in healthcare sales and sales management since 1999. In her free time, Sue loves spending time with family and friends, working with charitable organizations, and playing tennis. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics with emphasis on Computer Science from the University of Northern Iowa.

Katherine Rae
Katherine Rae
Chief People Officer
Katherine Rae
Chief People Officer

Katherine is a graduate of the University of Plymouth and the University of Westminster, London. She has focused her career around her passion for unleashing the potential of others in the field of HR. She strives to support the growth and success of organizations by working on the culture, internal operations and tapping into employees' potentials to produce transformational results. Leaning on her experience of global HR management, Big 4 consulting and the progressive creativity found in the startup tech space, Katherine joins VirtualHealth to help create a foundational structure that will support company growth for years to come.

Sheela R. Datta
Sheela R. Datta
Chief Client Officer
Sheela R. Datta
Chief Client Officer

A graduate of the University of Chicago, Sheela spent more than a decade at PwC in the Health Industries Practice, where she worked with the Health Research Institute, Global Healthcare Team, Research & Analytics, and Advisory Services. Prior to joining VirtualHealth, she led clinical operations and technology optimization for the Government Programs Division at the Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), one of the country's largest health insurance companies. Sheela spearheads VirtualHealth's award-winning consultative approach to product implementation and business process optimization across the full range of care management and population health domains.

Adam Sabloff
Adam Sabloff
Chief Executive Officer / Founder
Adam Sabloff
Chief Executive Officer / Founder

A graduate of Emory University, Adam served as VP of Development and Chief Marketing Officer for Midtown Equities, a $7 billion real estate, media and aviation conglomerate, where he also oversaw its technology subsidiary, Midtown Technologies. While at Midtown, Adam spearheaded the development of the first ever “The Ritz-Carlton Residences” in Baltimore, a concept he co-created with the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. Through his work, Adam recognized that seniors and the chronically ill residing in Midtown’s numerous developments could benefit greatly from next generation care delivery and technology that would make the home an organic extension of the healthcare continuum. After losing a loved one to a late-stage diagnosis, Adam launched VirtualHealth to pursue this vision.

Danielle Bellanger
Danielle Bellanger
Founding Member,
VirtualHealth
Danielle Bellanger
Founding Member,
VirtualHealth

"Danielle has been in finance for over 25 years. She has held several managerial responsibilities at Credit Industriel et Commercial, part of the CIC/Credit Mutual Group. She was CFO and subsequently Risk Manager for their U.S. operations, a member of the executive committee, and a member of the treasury, audit compliance and IT users committees. Danielle joined the board of the Group’s U.S. broker Dealer (CIC-Euro Securities, now ESN North America) and acted as its interim president for a two year period. She held memberships in various banking and professional organizations and served on legal, accounting and tax working committees.

Kevin Hill
Kevin Hill
Operating Partner,
Peloton Equity
Kevin Hill
Operating Partner,
Peloton Equity

Kevin spent 1989 through 2004 with Oxford Health Plans in a variety of executive position. From 1999 through 2004, Kevin was the Executive VP of Sales, Products, and Pricing, for the company’s $5.5 billion business, reporting to the company CEO. Upon Oxford’s sale in 2004 to United Healthcare (UHC), Kevin was named CEO of United’s Northeast Division and was with UHC until 2006. Since 2006 Kevin has been an advisor and/or board member of several venture-backed companies. Kevin resides in Rumson, NJ with his wife and three children.

Ed Johnson
Ed Johnson
Board Member,
VirtualHealth
Ed Johnson
Board Member,
VirtualHealth

After a distinguished two decade career at Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers, Edward became Partner and COO of Advent, growing the fund from $2 billion to nearly $7 billion in assets. Edward was the CMO and Managing Partner of Aperio Capital and oversaw all client related business.

Lenard Marcus
Lenard Marcus
General Partner,
Edison Partners
Lenard Marcus
General Partner,
Edison Partners

Lenard is a Partner with Edison Partners, the premier growth equity firm that invests in rapidly growing technology companies. Edison has invested in over 185 companies and completed more than 140 exits, including 17 IPOs. Lenard leads Edison’s Healthcare Information Technology practice and oversees investments in Security software. Lenard previously served on the investment committee of the Virginia CIT and is a member of the Northern Virginia Technology Council. He holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from the Columbia School of Business.

L. Bradford Perkins
L. Bradford Perkins
Co-founder and Chairman,
Perkins Eastman ArchitectsPartners
L. Bradford Perkins
Co-founder and Chairman,
Perkins Eastman ArchitectsPartners

A graduate of Stanford and Cornell, Brad is the co-founder and Chairman of Perkins Eastman Architects and an Adjunct Professor at the Cornell College of Architecture, Art and Planning. A renowned international authority, he has authored more than 80 articles and five textbooks on architecture and planning and has a particular interest in design for senior living.

Eric C. Rackow, MD
Eric C. Rackow, MD
Professor of Medicine,
New York University School of Medicine
Eric C. Rackow, MD
Professor of Medicine,
New York University School of Medicine

Eric C. Rackow, M.D. is a Professor of Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine. He is the immediate past president of Humana At Home. Prior to joining Humana, he was president and CEO of SeniorBridge, where under his leadership the company tripled in size to over 50 homecare offices and a nationwide network of more than 10,000 care managers.

Dr. Rackow joined SeniorBridge following a career in the hospital industry. His hospital leadership include past president of NYU Hospitals Center, Chief Medical Officer of NYU Hospitals Center, and Chairman of the Department of Medicine at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center of New York.

Dr. Rackow earned his MD at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center. He is the author of 184 articles and 40 chapters on the care of patients with complex medical problems. He is on the Board of Board of Trustees of his alma mater, Franklin and Marshall College. Dr. Rackow is a fellow of the American College of Physicians, American College of Critical Care Medicine, American College of Cardiology, and American College of Chest Physicians. In view of his outstanding contributions to healthcare, in 2004 Dr. Rackow received the distinguished award of Mastership of the American College of Physicians.

Warren Sabloff
Warren Sabloff
Chairman of the Board of Directors,
VirtualHealth
Warren Sabloff
Chairman of the Board of Directors,
VirtualHealth

A leading real estate and senior living developer, Warren served a key role in the development and sales of more than 30,000 residential and senior living units and over 20 hotels in conjunction with The Ritz-Carlton, Westin, Hyatt, Loews, Marriott, and Omni. He has served as Board Member of the New Leadership Division of North Shore University Hospital and Associate Trustee of North Shore-LIJ.

Dan Dragalin
Dan Dragalin
MD, MPH, FAAP
Medical Director, Business Development, McKesson
Dan Dragalin
MD, MPH, FAAP
Medical Director, Business Development, McKesson

Dr. Dragalin joined McKesson Health Services in May, 2009, as the Medical Director for Business Development. The objective of this newly created position is to reach out to the clinical leadership of McKesson plan clients (450 health plans) and obtain a perspective on how the plans are dealing with the dynamic changes in health care delivery, especially as driven by reform. To date, Dr. Dragalin has visited in excess of 500 executives in 250 plans.

Prior to the McKesson position, Dr. Dragalin served HIP Health Plan of NY as EVP and Chief Medical Officer for the specific task of integrating the Medical, Network, Mental Health and Pharmacy Departments of two merging plans – HIP and GHI – into consolidated departments under a common parent, EmblemHealth Plan, serving over 4 million members with an overall 30% penetration in New York State.

Before joining HIP, Dr. Dragalin served as the Executive Vice President of MultiPlan with responsibility for the development and maintenance of the MultiPlan national PPO network. The network, established throughout all 50 states, is the largest in the United States, comprised of 4,600 hospitals, 100,000 ancillary facilities, and over 500,000 practitioners.

Before MultiPlan, Dr. Dragalin served as the President of the Northeast Region of Great West Life (One Health Plan), a territory covering 13 states. He had responsibility for all (nonmarketing and sales) aspects of health care operations in the Northeast for Great West Life; he also served as national Medical Director for One Health Plan, coordinating utilization management, quality improvement and credentialing activities country-wide. Before GWL, Dr. Dragalin was the President of the Atlantic Region of the New York Life Insurance Company’s subsidiary, NYLCare, for two years. NYLCare was subsequently purchased by Aetna. Prior to that position, he was the President of HMO Blue, the managed care subsidiary of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey. During his tenure with the Blues, managed care membership increased from 100,000 members to 500,000 members; the plan, which had previously failed NCQA accreditation, received an accreditation, and an HMO license was obtained in Pennsylvania. Prior to the position with the Blues, he was the National Clinical Practice Leader for Towers Perrin, working out of the Manhattan and Washington, D.C. offices. Prior to that position, he was the Vice President, Healthcare Operations and Research for the Prudential Insurance Company of America. This position included responsibility for the overall coordination of the clinical delivery system for Prudential’s 50 managed care plans nationwide. He was instrumental in the building of the first large client point-ofservice plan in the United States and also led the team which built the first commercially available Centers of Excellence Program in organ transplantation. Dr. Dragalin was responsible for negotiating with the National Committee on Quality Assurance for the first accreditation of a national system of plans. He additionally worked with the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta to update the U.S. public domain Health Risk Appraisal instrument.

Dr. Dragalin has served as the Health Insurance Association of America representative on the American Medical Association’s CPT-4 Editorial Panel; he has also served on the Physician Payment Review Commission’s Consensus Panel on Coding, and on the Advisory Committee for the Foundation for Health Services Research. He has served on the Board of Directors of the National Committee on Quality Assurance.

Dr. Dragalin received his undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, his M.D. from the Georgetown University School of Medicine, and his M.P.H. from the Emory University School of Medicine. He is Board Certified in Pediatrics and in Quality Assurance and is also a Pew Memorial Fellow.

Darren Ghanayem
Darren Ghanayem
Senior Vice President,
Chief Information Officer,
WellCare Health Plans
Darren Ghanayem
Senior Vice President,
Chief Information Officer,
WellCare Health Plans

Darren was named senior vice president and chief information officer in April 2016. He is responsible for further advancing WellCare’s technology capabilities to support the company’s focus on growth and innovation opportunities. Since joining WellCare, Darren has introduced an innovation practice, which is used to create creative solutions to challenges impacting WellCare members and providers. He reports to the CEO and serves as a member of the executive leadership team.

Prior to joining WellCare, Darren spent more than 15 years with Anthem, formerly WellPoint, Inc., where he provided leadership for a broad variety of technology initiatives. Most recently, he served as vice president of business transformation, where he developed innovative solutions to improve health care for members and providers. Prior to assuming this role, Darren held roles of increasing responsibility, serving as a director, staff VP, VP and VP/CIO of Anthem’s commercial business unit. Darren also served as a senior project director with Access Systems, LLC and as a product manager with Reynolds and Reynolds.

Darren earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace technology with a concentration in computer technology and an associate in applied science electrical engineering technology from Purdue University.

Notably, in 2013, Darren was recognized as a Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leader, and in 2017 was honored by the Tampa Bay Business Journal as a CIO of the Year finalist.

George T. Mathew
George T. Mathew
MD, MBA, FACP
Chief Medical Officer, Americas,
DXC Technology
George T. Mathew
MD, MBA, FACP
Chief Medical Officer, Americas,
DXC Technology

George Mathew, M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer for DXC Technology, serving as a clinical expert and healthcare thought leader.

Dr. Mathew was previously at Aetna/ActiveHealth where he served as the Medical Director for Quality and Analytics Programs. He was responsible for the building and maintenance of the quality measures library supporting their proprietary analytics platform software.

His experience includes consulting, technology development, and business development work at General Electric, Goldman, Sachs & Co., WebMD, and Pfizer. Dr. Mathew brings a strong technology innovation focus to this role having founded a healthcare technology start-up earlier in his career.

Dr. Mathew graduated from Boston University Medical School and completed his residency at Greenwich Hospital/Yale University in Connecticut. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Dr. Mathew is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Clinical Informatics and Medical Quality. Dr. Mathew continues to practice medicine as a hospitalist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York.

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Awards

2019 Deloitte Fast 500
2019 Deloitte Fast 500
80th Fastest Growing Company in North America
The Stevies 2019 American Business Awards
The Stevies 2019 American Business Awards
2019 Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year
Deloitte Fast 500
Deloitte Fast 500
#39 Fastest Growing Company in North America
Triple Tree iAwards
Triple Tree iAwards
Healthcare Engagement
Tech-In-Motion’s
Tech-In-Motion’s
Best Tech Workplace for Diversity
Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan
Product Leadership Award Population Health Management
Healthcare Informatics Magazine
Healthcare Informatics Magazine
Innovator Awards