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One of the significant problems in healthcare is the lack of interoperability. In this episode, we will find out what it is and how to solve it.

Today, we are privileged to feature Martin Aboitiz, CEO and Founder of Healthjump. This platform provides health data interoperability services. Martin discusses how his company helps solve interoperability in healthcare by extracting the data and putting it in a single model that they can control and make it accessible to other software, a novel solution. We cover the types of problems this innovative solution can be used for, and how it works while still maintaining HIPAA requirements. Martin also talks about the many other challenges in interoperability. 

If you are experiencing interoperability concerns or would like to find out how Healthjump solves it, this podcast can answer that for you!

About Martin Aboitiz

Martin Aboitiz is an engineer, entrepreneur, and angel investor with extensive information technology and consumer products experience. 

Currently, he is the CEO and Founder of Healthjump, a health data interoperability platform. Prior to Healthjump, he was the Founder and President of Intermedia Comunicaciones SA, one of the first ISPs in Argentina; becoming a corporate hosting and IT consulting company after the sale of the ISP division to SkyOnline in 2004. 

Martin transitioned from engineering to venture management at Bun SA, an industrial snack food production and marketing company in Argentina acquired by Pepsi Foods International in 1993. As an angel investor, he has participated in multiple ventures in and out of the United States (most notable EXOS Inc sold to Microsoft and Telecom Americas LTD sold to Telmex.) He has served on various company boards of directors and industry trade group councils over the years and is a Regional Chair for the MIT Educational Council. 

He holds MS and BS degrees in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 


Key Takeaways

  • Healthjump is good at keeping the data living forever. 
  • You need to have an objective. 
  • Don’t limit yourself by what you think is possible or not. 
  • Understand your problem well: what do you want to achieve?


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