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Impact Lives of Patients, Providers, and Caregivers

Creating a new standard of care requires passion, drive, and the desire to make health care accessible, efficient, and effective.

 

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Our Core Values Guide Our Team


 

  • Everything needs to be fun
  • We operate with honesty and respect
  • We only hire compassionate people
  • We ensure that our product works efficiently and effectively
  • We are committed to constant innovation 
  • We prioritize our mission to improve the lives of patients, caregivers, and providers

Creating a New Standard of Care


 

We are a fast-growing organization comprised of talented individuals working to build a comprehensive, cloud-based, telehealth platform aimed at engaging patients in their care plan, and arming clinicians with the tools they need to provide exceptional care.

We believe in a fun, flexible, and diverse workforce that fosters creativity, growth and innovation with a desire to make health care accessible, efficient, and effective for all.

HRS Culture Video!

The drive to help providers and patients though our technology is evident in every department at HRS. Each employee's effort is contributing towards the company goal and it is so clearly recognized and appreciated by the team.

I'm often reflecting on how great of a culture we have that has made me feel completely part of the team despite never being at the office, or even meeting my coworkers in person. This environment where everyone constantly communicates and people are always willing to help/answer questions has been a pleasure to work in.

My favorite thing about working at HRS is that I can honestly say I appreciate every single team member across all departments. Each day I reflect on how lucky I am to work among such dependable, talented, inspired and pleasant colleagues.

Women in Tech Leadership Spotlight Series

Meet the women of HRS helping to shape the future of telehealth and remote patient monitoring


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Julie Smith
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Sara Sailors
Karen Montgomery
Elizabeth Otter
Dori Milburn
Miriam Chafart
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Lori-Chenot

Florence Kariuki
Chief Clinical Officer

"Women are fully capable of innovating new ideas and/or contributing towards existing solutions, in any industry in the world. We should feel empowered to bring our expertise and transferable skills into the Tech World, just as we do in other industries."

Meet Florence

Jessica Vamvas
Chief Product Officer

"Tech is solving every day problems for every day people in all different industries and specialties. Women cover half of those people, represent half of those specialties, they come with their own unique set of problems and perspectives. It's important that the tech we build is being built by folks that understand the uniqueness and essence of the user/stakeholder. You miss a women's perspective in the tech you use day to day if women are behind building it."

Meet Jessica

Blair Leking
VP of Marketing

"Tech companies that hire and retain women (especially women in leadership roles) put themselves in a position to automatically gain a competitive advantage, a benefit that extends to all stakeholders. Increasing diversity in leadership teams within the tech industry (leaning in on women as a key part of the c-suite) fosters more innovation and better thought leadership."

Meet Blair

Julie Smith
VP of Enterprise Sales

"While technology innovation is important, my passion is centered in what the technology can enable in healthcare. More than ever, patients and caregivers deserve tools to empower greater healing and more predictable outcomes. A healthcare tech company's power is when their mission drives positive change in healthcare."

Meet Julie

Jenna Kowalski
Director of Clinical Services

"It is important for women to join the industry to make their voices heard. Technology affects our day to day world in so many significant ways. With more woman working in all areas of the industry we should see that they will have increased influence over the development and marketing of new products and innovation."

Meet Jenna

Sara Sailors
Lead Engineer

"I think that traditionally women have been pushed towards non-technical industries - such as teaching, writing and things that involved more soft skills like communications. Starting at a younger age, we need to introduce STEM and technology focused camps directed at young girls and women. There are many programs that have started in the last five years focusing on this, so hopefully in the coming years we will see an increase in women in tech. If an industry is male-dominated, it can be intimidating and not especially family friendly. If companies have more open policies, such a remote work, maternity leave, sick leave or flexibility for children it would also be a draw for women in the industry."

Meet Sara

Karen Montgomery
Director of Brand Strategy

"All industries benefit from greater diversity and inclusion, including the tech industry, where women are still often underrepresented. Products and user experiences are better when informed by a variety of perspectives and women bring their own unique points of view and work styles to their jobs which positively impact final outcomes and firm/team performance. Additionally, it's important for young girls/teens to have female role models in a variety of technology roles so they can see and believe it's worth pursuing and obtainable. This will ultimately increase workforce diversity over time and strengthen our society as a whole when there is greater gender equality in all fields, including tech."

Meet Karen

Elizabeth Otter
Director of Product Strategy

"To provide a larger more inclusive perspective and personas."

Meet Elizabeth

Dori Milburn
Director of Clinical Services

"The tech industry is an exciting and ever evolving arena. Women bring a wealth of insight and experience and should be encouraged to explore what tech has to offer."

Meet Dori

Miriam Chafart
Director of Client Success, Value-Based Care

"I believe it's important because women bring new insights and vision that can promote technological advances and innovation. Our society can only benefit from contributions that are varied in style, thought and expertise."

Meet Miriam

Halley Traub
Director of People and Culture

"It's important for women to join the tech industry to create a more diverse and inclusive environment for innovation."

Meet Halley

Mica Sebti
Director of Client Success, Independent Team

"It's important for women to enter any male-dominated landscapes with an alternate perspective and lens."

Meet Mica

Lori Chenot
Director of Business Development

"Mentorship is so important! It is so empowering to find other women in the field that support you, provide awesome feedback and share experiences in an industry that is dominated by men"

Meet Lori

Florence Kariuki
Chief Clinical Officer

"Women are fully capable of innovating new ideas and/or contributing towards existing solutions, in any industry in the world. We should feel empowered to bring our expertise and transferable skills into the Tech World, just as we do in other industries."

Meet Florence

Jessica Vamvas
Chief Product Officer

"Tech is solving every day problems for every day people in all different industries and specialties. Women cover half of those people, represent half of those specialties, they come with their own unique set of problems and perspectives. It's important that the tech we build is being built by folks that understand the uniqueness and essence of the user/stakeholder. You miss a women's perspective in the tech you use day to day if women are behind building it."

Meet Jessica

Blair Leking
VP of Marketing

"Tech companies that hire and retain women (especially women in leadership roles) put themselves in a position to automatically gain a competitive advantage, a benefit that extends to all stakeholders. Increasing diversity in leadership teams within the tech industry (leaning in on women as a key part of the c-suite) fosters more innovation and better thought leadership."

Meet Blair

Julie Smith
VP of Enterprise Sales

"While technology innovation is important, my passion is centered in what the technology can enable in healthcare. More than ever, patients and caregivers deserve tools to empower greater healing and more predictable outcomes. A healthcare tech company's power is when their mission drives positive change in healthcare."

Meet Julie

Jenna Kowalski
Director of Clinical Services

"It is important for women to join the industry to make their voices heard. Technology affects our day to day world in so many significant ways. With more woman working in all areas of the industry we should see that they will have increased influence over the development and marketing of new products and innovation."

Meet Jenna

Sara Sailors
Lead Engineer

"I think that traditionally women have been pushed towards non-technical industries - such as teaching, writing and things that involved more soft skills like communications. Starting at a younger age, we need to introduce STEM and technology focused camps directed at young girls and women. There are many programs that have started in the last five years focusing on this, so hopefully in the coming years we will see an increase in women in tech. If an industry is male-dominated, it can be intimidating and not especially family friendly. If companies have more open policies, such a remote work, maternity leave, sick leave or flexibility for children it would also be a draw for women in the industry."

Meet Sara

Karen Montgomery
Director of Brand Strategy

"All industries benefit from greater diversity and inclusion, including the tech industry, where women are still often underrepresented. Products and user experiences are better when informed by a variety of perspectives and women bring their own unique points of view and work styles to their jobs which positively impact final outcomes and firm/team performance. Additionally, it's important for young girls/teens to have female role models in a variety of technology roles so they can see and believe it's worth pursuing and obtainable. This will ultimately increase workforce diversity over time and strengthen our society as a whole when there is greater gender equality in all fields, including tech."

Meet Karen

Elizabeth Otter
Director of Product Strategy

"To provide a larger more inclusive perspective and personas."

Meet Elizabeth

Dori Milburn
Director of Clinical Services

"The tech industry is an exciting and ever evolving arena. Women bring a wealth of insight and experience and should be encouraged to explore what tech has to offer."

Meet Dori

Miriam Chafart
Director of Client Success, Value-Based Care

"I believe it's important because women bring new insights and vision that can promote technological advances and innovation. Our society can only benefit from contributions that are varied in style, thought and expertise."

Meet Miriam

Halley Traub
Director of People and Culture

"It's important for women to join the tech industry to create a more diverse and inclusive environment for innovation."

Meet Halley

Mica Sebti
Director of Client Success, Independent Team

"It's important for women to enter any male-dominated landscapes with an alternate perspective and lens."

Meet Mica

Lori Chenot
Director of Business Development

"Mentorship is so important! It is so empowering to find other women in the field that support you, provide awesome feedback and share experiences in an industry that is dominated by men"

Meet Lori