Launch Healthcare Apps in Weeks not Years


Flexible platform enables rapid deployment of specialized population health applications that reduce cost and improve outcomes at scale.


Assisted care automation and crowd-sourced telehealth provider services enable efficient provisioning and delivery of virtual care


Electronic health record interface with most EHRs and commercial lab information systems enables bi-directional access to patient record data


Integrated testing capabilities, including with home collection kits, commercial lab integrations, and remote point of care LFA rapid test options



Turnkey white labeled platform makes it easy and inexpensive to launch custom digital health and connected diagnostics systems 


Intuitive tools for patient record management, population health surveillance, care automation, and digital practice management


Turnkey billing and claims processing systems, integrated with leading clearinghouses, Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE  


Purposefully built platform for digital care delivery.


Vetted telehealth providers licensed across all 50 states


Home collection kits and connected point of care rapid tests


Access electronic patient records from most EHRs and labs


Patients have total control over who can access their medical records


Advanced security technology keeps patient data safe and secure


HIPAA, HITRUST, and GDPR compliant


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Recent news

A unique new startup accelerator with Mayo Clinic and ASU is supporting breakthrough innovation in the health care industry

The pain of a lingering sore throat is in many cases, not just physical. On top of feeling unwell, people often have to enter the health care system to get relief. This often looks like: making a request to take time off work, finding an open appointment, sitting in traffic, filling out paperwork, enduring a throat swab, and finally, paying the bill. Treating common illnesses — strep throat, urinary tract infections, influenza, and now, COVID-19 — could be more accessible and affordable, giving power to the consumer and reducing wasted spending in health care, argues Ken Mayer, founder of health technology company, Safe Health Systems. Based in Los Angeles, Safe Health Systems is working to disrupt the traditional approach for treating low-complexity illnesses by offering remote diagnostic and digital care services. In 2020, the company formed a venture offering digital provider services, AI-based care and remote and rapid diagnostic testing, with Mayo Clinic through the Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator. In the case of someone suffering from strep throat, the Safe platform would allow that person to find care, take a rapid diagnostic test, and receive trusted results, from home. When Safe Health Systems launched in 2016, its scope was narrowly defined, focused exclusively on the rising sexually transmitted disease epidemic. The company created an app, Safely, that allows users to import STD test results and show their verified status privately on their phones. Looking to scale the technology, Safe Health Systems turned to the Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator, an immersive two-week program followed by six to 12 months of continued mentoring, that began in 2019. The program helps early stage medical device and health care technology companies level up through personalized feedback from clinicians and business leaders. Six companies, including Safe Health Systems, were part of the inaugural cohort. As a participant in the Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator, Mayer was able to spend invaluable time with subject matter experts, including Dr. Steven Lester, the program’s founder and medical director, and a Mayo Clinic cardiologist. Inspiration for the accelerator came to Lester and colleagues at ASU about four years ago, after Lester took on a new role in Mayo Clinic’s department of business development. One of the first people Lester connected with was Charlie Lewis, the accelerator’s co-founder and vice president of venture development and physical sciences at SkySong Innovations, an ASU spin-off that helps bring university inventions to the marketplace. The two began discussing ways to make health care technology companies visible to the venture capital community, “to potentially fund some of these things, as well as getting in front of potential entrepreneurs that might be able to take these ideas and run with them in the form of launching a new startup,” Lewis says. Lester and Lewis brought in other experts from ASU to help build this unique accelerator that combines access to Mayo Clinic’s world-class physicians and ASU’s entrepreneurial resources. The program includes individuals such as Ji Mi Choi, vice president, Knowledge Enterprise and founding executive director, the J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute; Michael Harris, senior director of corporate development at Mayo Clinic and accelerator co-managing partner; Rick Hall, senior director of health innovation at ASU’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and accelerator co-managing partner; and Amy Woof, who serves as clinical operations program manager of Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care. The unique program will “help these companies to advance in the marketplace,” says Lewis, who is the program’s chief venture development officer. The program is designed to help innovators navigate notoriously complex governmental medical regulations, while gaining support from established and sometimes reluctant-to-change health institutions.


Epic, Cerner, and other Health IT Heavy-hitters Join Forces for Vaccine Credential Initiative

The new coalition, which also includes Carin Alliance, Mayo Clinic, Microsoft and Salesforce, is using FHIR standards to enable more secure, interoperable access to digital vaccination records.


Microsoft, Epic, Mayo Clinic join effort to accelerate digital COVID-19 vaccine records

Big names in tech and healthcare including the Mayo Clinic, Cigna's Evernorth and Microsoft are teaming up to create a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport.


At-home COVID testing arrives

The race is on. Tech startups across the globe are competing to deliver to the rest of us what Google employees already enjoy: regular at-home COVID tests.

Broad Coalition of Health and Technology Industry Leaders announce Vaccination Credential Initiative

The Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI) is working to enable individuals vaccinated for COVID-19 to access their vaccination records in a secure, verifiable, and privacy-preserving way.

Can you get a COVID test at home?

Some two dozen companies are working on tests that let you sample and process results at home, including some that connect to your smartphone. But widespread use is still likely months away.


E&I Awards SAFE Health Systems, Inc. with contract to offer COVID-19 and STD digital testing

DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- E&I Cooperative Services (E&I), the only member-owned, non-profit cooperative focused exclusively on higher education, today announced it has awarded a contract to Safe Health Systems, Inc. (SAFE) to make the SAFE HealthCheck app quickly available with preferred pricing to its member institutions across the United States. Safe Health Systems (SAFE), operator of the SAFE Digital Healthcare Platform, partnered with Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise grade distributed ledger, to create the SAFE HealthCheck app for COVID-19 testing, STD, and other low-acuity testing and health status verification.


Dr. Michael Crow explains how ASU is handling the coronavirus with the HealthCheck app

Dr. Michael Crow explains how ASU is handling the coronavirus better than the general public and reminds people of their testing resources.

Dr. Halamka elected to National Academy of Medicine

ROCHESTER, Minn. — John Halamka, M.D., president, Mayo Clinic Platform, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM).


Mayo Clinic & SAFE Health Systems, Inc. launch New Diagnostics Platform

A new Mayo Clinic partnership is making it much easier for common medical conditions to be diagnosed virtually while also making treatment more affordable.

SAFE Health Systems builds Digital Health ID system on Hedera Hashgraph to enable home COVID-19 testing on your mobile phone

Los Angeles, CA and Dallas, TX — 12 October 2020 — SAFE Health Systems (SAFE), operator of the SAFE Digital Healthcare Platform, has partnered with Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise grade distributed ledger, to build unique digital health IDs for users of the HealthCheck™ COVID-19 testing and health status verification solution built on the SAFE Platform.

Mayo Clinic and SAFE Health Systems launch new health and connected diagnostics platform

Newswise — ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic and SAFE Health Group, Inc. announced the formation of SAFE Health Systems, Inc., a venture focused on reducing the cost of low-complexity care and commodity diagnostics at a mass scale.


Mayo Clinic, startup launch 'health passport' app with initial focus on COVID-19

Mayo Clinic has teamed up with a health technology company to launch a new digital service focused on reducing the high cost of testing and care for COVID-19, sexually transmitted diseases and other common medical conditions.

Welltok adds two COVID-19 testing and screening companies to connect partner ecosystem

DENVER – September 15, 2020 – Companies nationwide are challenged with ensuring safe and healthy work environments for their people as the pandemic persists.


Ken Mayer

Founder and CEO
Creative entrepreneur at the intersection of healthcare, media and tech.

Dr. Irina Kolomiets

Chief Scientist
Dr. Irina Kolomiets has a PhD in Computer Science and over 15 years experience in computer vision, data analysis, digital signal processing, and machine learning within the last 5 years.

Bill Habermaas

Chief Engineer
Seasoned professional in all phases of software engineering: from product development to operations and recently Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Co-founder of Computer Associates International and former SVP of Research.

Brian Bookmeier

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships
Over thirty years in the healthcare industry providing health & wellness platforms, devices and supplies supporting the needs of individuals with chronic conditions.

Dave Cassel

President and COO
National leader in health IT interoperability, with over two decades of experience with healthcare system integrations. Before joining Safe, served as Executive Director of Carequality.

Justin D. Pearlman MD PhD

Medical Director
Dr. Pearlman is a board certified Cardiologist and Internist, Vice-Chair of Medicine at UCLA, BioEngineer Team Leader, expert in telemedicine and non-invasive imaging including MRI, nuclear, ultrasound, PET, CT, who also has expertise in mathematics.

Widad Atto

Vice President of Finance
Over 12 years experience with strategic systems for budgeting, financial forecasting, and cost accounting to provide management with optimum control and financial planning tools. Provides leadership and support by developing and maintaining a financial support model.

Luis Simonet

Vice President of Operational Security
Cyber Security & Compliance professional with 15+ years of experience. Specialties across various industries compliance and regulatory frameworks (HIPAA, HITRUST, PCI DSS, CMMC, FFIEC, NIST) focusing on sensitive data management, data loss prevention, data privacy, cyber security, identity management.

Kerri Wright

Chief Solutions Officer
Customer success professional with over 20 years of experience and training in Healthcare, Private Health Management, and Client Services.

Michael Troska

Chief Revenue Officer
Visionary healthcare executive skilled in driving strategy, product innovation, business development, payer and employer contracting, sales, customer service, development of distribution channels, collaboration and leadership.

Todd Pearsall

Vice President of Engineering
Over twenty years experience working in various Information Technology Management, Project/Program Management and Application Architecture roles with the last 10 years in the healthcare space.

Kriti Goel

Senior Development Manager
With over 9 years of experience in engineering and developing applications for enterprises, Kriti leads our development team.

Dimy Jeannot

Chief Technology Officer
Dimy Jeannot is an executive that has built mission-critical technical systems that processed billions of dollars in revenues, allowing for sustained competitive advantage at the lowest total cost.

Jim Nasr

Chief Architect
Former Chief Architect of the CDC who created the Open CDC platform. He is considered one of the world’s leading health information systems architects

Kate Kirschmann

Vice President of Quality
Digital transformation leader and strategist, with experience in both startups and large, multinational companies. Kate is especially passionate about CX and public health.

Craig Duffy

Director of Platform Services
Digital marketing manager and producer of digital initiatives for: most major Film Studios, Kawasaki, Lexus, Anhueser Busch and Sam Adams.

Santosh Jami

Director of Technology
EHR Integration Lead, Technical Delivery Lead, Architect, SME and Lead Developer experienced in building enterprise scale healthcare applications and integrations.

Jeremiah Jacquet

Architect, Mobile Lead
Highly skilled mobile, launching, and automation engineer, with experience in designing enterprise scale infrastructure in the space of ad-tech, social media, iOT and gig economies.

Jim Welty

Director of Solution Services
27 years of multidisciplinary, multicultural experience in digital product innovation integrating design, business, technology, and communication.

Britt Swain

Executive Assistant to the CEO
With 10+ years of administrative experience and a background in communications and education, Britt is a multitasking and scheduling expert that communicates in a clear and concise way. She keeps a positive attitude that brings the same energy to everyone around her.

Erin Wiese

Operations Manager
Over ten years administrative experience, spanning human resources, operations, event planning, client services and logistical coordination. She is organized, diligent, and loves fine-tuning the details, with a background in professional photography.

Francie Dundore

Integrations Project Manager
Over ten years of experience with project management related to healthcare IT, Francie has a background of working with a variety of vendors and clients to create successful connections.


John Halamka, M.D.

Medical Advisor
President of Mayo Clinic Platform; Executive director of the Health Technology Exploration Center for Beth Israel Lahey Health in Massachusetts; International Healthcare Innovation Professor at Harvard Medical School.

Harry Schwefel

Veteran money manager and chief investment officer with Steve Cohen at Point72 with $12 billion in assets under management.

Thomas E. Grys, PH.D.

Director of Microbiology
Site Director for Microbiome Program in Arizona; Consultant; Associate Professor

Samuel Sia, PhD

Scientific Advisor
Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University , scientist focused on point-of-care diagnostics and microfluidics testing; MIT Technology Review named Dr. Sia one of the world’s top innovators.

Pierre Noel, M.D.

Military Advisor
Director of Mayo Clinic's Center for Military Medicine

Steve Lester, M.D.

Medical Advisor
Associate Medical Director of the Department of Business Development at Mayo Clinic

Jack Lewin

Healthcare Advisor
Former CEO of the American College of Cardiology and California Medical Association, Hawaii’s Director of Health from 1986-1994, founder of the Navajo Nation Department of Health, and currently serves as Chairman of the Board for the National Coalition on Health Care.

SAFE Health Systems, Inc.

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Our mission is to increase accessibility and reduce the cost of low acuity care at population scale.

We are inspired to create tools that help people to play a more active role in their personal healthcare and empower the private sector and world governments with technology that makes healthcare more accessible and reduces the cost of routine care at population scale.


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