Anthem Expands Relationship with doc.ai to Power Digital Health Offerings


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What You Should Know:

– Anthem extends the use of doc.ai’s platform and portfolio of privacy-first technologies and artificial intelligence software services to drive the personalization of Anthem’s digital assets and create improved value for users.

– doc.ai’s product offerings are deployed on its cloud-agnostic and zero-trust infrastructure that lets clients like Anthem launch products faster and at lower costs.


Anthem, today announced it is extending its partnership with doc.ai, an enterprise AI platform accelerating digital transformation in healthcare to power its digital health offerings. The expanded relationship extends Anthem’s use of doc.ai’s platform and portfolio of privacy-first technologies and artificial intelligence software services to drive the personalization of Anthem’s digital assets and create improved value for users. Payors, pharma, and providers license doc.ai’s enterprise AI platform that unlocks the value of health data.

Most recently, Anthem licensed Passport, doc.ai’s privacy-first COVID-19 evaluation tool for a safer entry to the workplace, and Serenity, a guided mental health chat companion that helps manage anxiety and depression. In addition, doc.ai’s technology has streamlined Anthem’s ability to create an ecosystem of developers. doc.ai’s product offerings are deployed on its cloud-agnostic and zero-trust infrastructure that lets clients like Anthem launch products faster and at lower costs.

Appoints New CEO and Chief Scientific Officer

In addition to the expanded relationship with Anthem, doc.ai
has announced key executive leadership appointments: Sam De Brouwer, co-founder
has been named its new CEO; Walter De Brouwer, co-founder takes on the newly
created role of Chief Scientific Officer. Dr. Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH has been
appointed as its first Chief Medical Officer.

Sam De Brouwer, co-founder, and previous Chief Operating Officer has taken on the role of Chief Executive Officer, with a focus on scaling its enterprise offerings. Co-founder Walter De Brouwer has transitioned from CEO to the new role of Chief Scientific Officer where he will focus on vision and will lead research, innovation, and engineering efforts for the company. As doc.ai’s first Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH will lead the clinical focus and medical research of the platform company. These new appointments will join doc.ai’s leadership team alongside current CTO Akshay Sharma and CFO Greg Kovacic.

“What doc.ai has accomplished in a remarkably short period of time is impressive, and I’m excited to join such a talented team,” said Dr. Shah. “Doc.ai has brought cutting-edge technologies to the market that will help break down many of the silos in healthcare, and will ultimately increase the pace of innovation and create pathways to better health outcomes.”

Dr. Shah is a Senior Scholar at the Clinical Excellence Research Center, Stanford University School of Medicine. His expertise spans across the health industry as a member of the HHS Secretary’s Advisory Committee, a Senior Fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), and as an independent director for public and private companies and foundations.

He served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for clinical operations at Kaiser Permanente in Southern California, where he oversaw the region’s health plan and hospital quality while ensuring effective use of technology, data, and analytics to produce better patient health outcomes. In addition, he served as Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health, where he was responsible for public health insurance programs covering more than five million New Yorkers and led public health surveillance and prevention initiatives.

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