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Digital health influencer Gil Bashe joins Rezilient Health

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FINN Partners global health chair Gil Bashe has joined telehealth and remote-care technology provider Rezilient Health.

The Health Tech World correspondent will support Rezilient Health’s communication efforts and advise executives on their public health, partnership and brand-building efforts.

Bashe’s 40-year career is rooted in healthcare. He was a health products trade association lobbyist, then launched a health PR agency before becoming the first global practice director of the Hill and Knowlton Health and Pharmaceutical Practice.

He was a leader in WPP Group’s integrated marketing agency CommonHealth and later served as operating CEO and limited partner for private-equity firm GTCR, where he led acquisition efforts targeting health marketing and communications firms. He joined FINN in 2015 to launch its Global Health Practice.

All options that Bashe receives in his new role will be donated to the Catskill Mountain Foundation, a not-for-profit association that harnesses the arts to provide greater employment and education opportunities to communities in Greene County, New York.

Bashe said: “It is a privilege to advise early-stage, cutting-edge entrepreneurial companies like Rezilient Health that are seeking to redefine how healthcare is provided.

“On my part, I seek to learn at the table about the challenges and triumphs of entrepreneurs, future clients, seeking to improve the care-delivery system, whether through behavioral health, preventive care or health information.

“FINN is not a bystander to making a difference in people’s health.  We seek to understand and lead the way. We must roll up our sleeves to advance the care system, sharing information and being ready to help the system transform to better meet people’s care.”

Rezilient Health, co-founded by ENT Danish Nagda, MD, and tech leader Jeff Gamble, PhD, is building a new primary care delivery model.

Its video platform will allow the doctor to beam remotely onto screens at any one of their CloudClinics, allowing doctors to perform the entire primary care exam in underserved communities.

Sar Ruddenklau, head of communications at Rezilient Health said: “We’re beyond thrilled that Gil has seen the value in our mission and has agreed to join our advisory team.

“Rezilient believes in the power of primary care to improve health outcomes, so we have a bold vision to create a more accessible healthcare delivery model.

“Gil, who is long known for communicating the importance of primary care medicine in tackling and preventing non-communicable illnesses, offers us the experience and strategic thinking we need to amplify our message.”

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