The healthcare system is driven by innovation. Innovation to develop novel procedures, novel drugs, and other innovations to help heal us and improve our quality of life. But how do hospitals and healthcare systems verify that the individuals we are trusting to carry out this important work are who they say they are and continue to educate and receive the credentials required to stay on the cutting edge.
Enter Verfiable, a Y Combinator 2020 cohort member that is building the future of data infrastructure that enables healthcare systems to track and verify healthcare professional's credentials. Once credentials are verified, Verifiable's system can then continually monitor your provider network for potential compliance issues as licensing requirements change and previous certifications expire. Gathering and continually tracking this information is a major pain-point and time suck for healthcare systems and the ability to automate some of this work can help free up resources for other mission critical projects.
Serial entrepreneur Nick Macario, and his Co-Founder, Viv Rajkumar are hoping to build a network where providers and healthcare systems can build a trusted network that puts patients and their safety first. Backed with funding from Y Combinator, Tiger Global, Soma Capital, Struck Capital and L2 Ventures, Verifiable is ready to help bring 21st-century technical infrastructure to the healthcare industry.
We are excited for the future of Verifiable as they are addressing two care areas of demand and growth over the next decade, healthcare innovation and data infrastructure. Out current global health crisis has sparked a huge wave of healthcare innovation. Also, as technology continues to be a larger and larger portion of our daily lives, the complexity of the data behind it is increasing exponentially. Tools and platforms to help unify it and make it easily accessible for businesses (we discussed this in a past post titled, Data-Infrastrucutre-as-a-Service). Verifiable has a bright future ahead of it and we are excited to see what other innovations they help bring to the healthcare industry.