Hello Friends 👋
Welcome to another episode of TECH TUESDAY 🥳. This week we feature AngelEye Health. AngelEye provides a complete HIPAA-compliant family engagement platform to integrate parents simply and seamlessly into the child’s care team. This is done through a set of solutions that include camera systems, an online education tool, milk tracker app, and a patient connect app. We believe that AngelEye is doing tremendous work and this is why we are happy to feature them on the show.
You can find out more about AngelEye Health at: https://www.angeleyehealth.com
Find the bio of the guests we have on today right here 👇
Justin French: Justin French is the Founder and Chief Technical Officer at AngelEye Health, a leading provider of tele-engagement solutions for the NICU and PICU environments. Justin founded AngelEye health in 2013 to deliver engagement solutions designed to bridge the gap between families and hospital care teams to ease workflows and offer a more positive hospital stay while elevating neonatal and pediatric patient outcomes. In his role as chief technical officer, French is responsible for AngelEye’s technical team, including software development, hardware development, production and technical customer support. Previously, French spent five years at the University of Arkansas for Medical Science as the applications systems analyst. French received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Jaylee Hilliard: Jaylee Hilliard, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CPXP is Senior Director of Clinical Strategy at AngelEye Health where she is focused on supporting hospital and health system partnerships to deliver specialized patient and family support via state-of-the-art technology. In her role she drives product innovation and support development, leads the clinical team to effectively support healthcare leaders across the nation in technology optimization and supports hospitals in their pursuit of achieving the quadruple aim. Jaylee joined the organization in 2019 having accumulated more than a decade of progressive clinical experience previously including serving as Director of Neonatal Services and the pediatric Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) program at McLane Children’s Baylor Scott & White Hospital. Most recently, Jaylee gained experience as a NICU parent after her daughter Everlee was born emergently at 32 weeks and 6 days, requiring a 25 day stay in the NICU.
Disclosure: The incubator and CATO Neonatal Innovations Inc. have no conflict of interest to report concerning our interview with Jaylee Hilliard, Justin French, and AngelEye Health.