San Francisco, November 17, 2021 (PRNewswire) – Amino, the leading healthcare platform, today announced the addition of two senior Enterprise Technology executives to its C-suite, welcoming the creation of B2B Healthcare products. Andrew Rosenthal As Chief Product Officer and Corporate IT Security and Compliance Specialist Rishi Bhattia As Chief Information Security Officer.
The move comes at a time when the company is offering a comprehensive product experience that will help consumers make better informed decisions about their healthcare options by providing information-based health care guidelines, supplier referrals and transparency solutions.
“Now more than ever, consumers need convenient and easy-to-use tools to help them navigate the complexities of our healthcare system. Amino is doubling our efforts to streamline the process,” he said. David Vivero, Amino Founder and CEO. “We look forward to gaining Andrew and Rishi’s knowledge and strategic perspective as we expand our product offerings and customer base.”
Rosenthal is a 16-year-old veteran of the digital healthcare industry focused on developing products for consumers that simplify complex data and systems. Most recently by eHealth, Inc. As Senior Director of Product Management, Rosenthal led digital production, strategic partnership development, and market solutions that help people explore health benefits options and choose the best plan for specific health care needs. . He has served as PAI’s Chief Strategic Officer and Director of Product R&D, which specializes in PAI Health, Product Management, Strategy and Intellectual Property, Licensing and Trade. Initially, Rosenthal founded the online mental health platform happier.com and launched The Eatery iOS app as Massive Health’s Chief Strategic Officer acquired by Jawbone.
Rosenthal also advises a number of primary companies that specialize in consumer experience and healthcare communications, including startups Harvard Business School Through the Graduate Syndicate Fund. He was a former consultant on Superconductive, and the team behind Greater Hope, Data-Quality-as-a-Service Sacrifice, and a founding member of MIT’s hacking drug, believes in the value of investing back into a startup ecosystem.
“I’m really looking forward to helping consumers reach their goals and get the most out of their healthcare environment,” Rosenthal said. “I am thrilled to be a part of Amino’s development history. Amino is really gaining momentum when it comes to consumer experience by understanding their needs and building technology to facilitate their healthcare journey.”
Batia is an expert in enterprise management, risk and compliance with SOC 2, SOX, HIPAA, PCI, and ISO audit and risk compliance as well as infrastructure security strategy. Bhattia has joined Amino from Ripple Labs, where he has served as Director of Information Security for Administrative Security.
In previous roles, Batia has led the development of information security and compliance at the highest levels, developing supplier risk management programs and IT compliance at Prosper Marketplace, Xoom, Inc. And GAP, Inc. Manages corporate security verification, auditing and security compliance with PwC and Deloitte & Touch, Google, AAA, Broadcom, Chevron and major retail and banking institutions.
“As Amino develops its platform and user base rapidly, maintaining a strong future security strategy is essential for continued innovation,” Bhattia said. “I am proud to be part of Amino Vision to transform digital healthcare by providing simple and reliable solutions that will help people make informed decisions about their needs.”
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