Friday December 1, 2017 0 comments
Egg is a Boulder-based global strategy company that helps the world’s largest health and wellness organizations uncover insights, launch products, and build strategies to unlock growth and close the gap between patients and providers.
Egg joins other companies including Kaiser Permanente, the American Diabetes Association, and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus with a presence at Catalyst HTI.
“Egg is passionate about Catalyst HTI’s mission to reimagine health and revolutionize healthcare,” said Kristin Apple, Egg’s managing director of health.
“Egg wants not only to be a part of this conversation, but also to play a major role in this important and critical moment in history and the future of health.”
The Catalyst HTI hub sits on a full city block in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood and is set to open in May 2018.
Mike Biselli, the healthcare entrepreneur who envisioned and brought Catalyst HTI to fruition, said he plans to bring together a full spectrum of stakeholders in the healthcare innovation space -- from large Fortune 500 organizations to the smallest of startups -- to build a collaborative community that accelerates the innovation and reimagining that is needed in the healthcare industry.
“We are thrilled to welcome Egg Strategy into the Catalyst HTI family,” Biselli said. “Egg’s track record of helping healthcare companies unlock growth and close the gap between patients and providers makes them an ideal member.
“The stronger and more diverse our community of innovators grows, the closer it brings us to being able to provide a healthcare system that works for this country. It is my long-held belief that it’s going to take all of us working together to do that and Catalyst HTI hopes to provide a space to do that,” said Biselli.
In addition to Boulder, Egg has offices in Chicago, New York City and Vancouver. Egg will use the Denver space as collaborative office space and be part of the ongoing and ever-changing conversation about the reimagining of healthcare, the company said.