I was on Maria Bartiromo’s show, On the Money, this weekend which airs just after Meet the Press. Here’s the link. And our chief physician, Dr. Susan Gonnella, says it best: “A Sherpaa is a guide…someone who will take you on a journey in a safe way. Medicine needs an infusion of something new to make the process of being sick a little easier. It … Continue reading

Sherpaa is in the November issue of Fast Company in an article entitled Facing the Techy Youthful Future of Healthcare, including that funny little drawing that looks about 20% like me. Favorite quote: “Whenever health care is run by our generation, it’s going to look much different. That’s pretty exciting.” Continue reading

sherpaa: Sherpaa was on WNYC this morning. Give it a listen! And here’s the link to the story. Very excited to be on NPR this morning.  Here’s an interesting fact about Sherpaa and how we’re operating. 99% of the time, people with health concerns reach out to us by email. We get so few phone calls. Of course this makes sense. No annoying doctor phone … Continue reading

Here’s the link to the CBS This Morning story on Sherpaa for all of those who couldn’t wake up early enough this morning.  I can’t thank David and the folks at tumblr enough. We owe so much to them in helping us get off the ground. We’re fortunate to have such great partners and it just shows how much David is thinking about designing not … Continue reading

Hey Sherpaa is in Fast Company: The goal of Sherpaa, explains co-founder Dr. Jay Parkinson, is to keep overhead health care costs down for companies and improve doctor-patient relationships at the same time. That may sound contradictory, but it’s not. “Companies are spending way too much on health insurance relative to people in the youngish age population,” says Parkinson. Consider: 75% of people spend less … Continue reading

External link to Tumblr’s Incredible Perk: Sherpaa

Tumblr’s Incredible Perk: Sherpaa

Tumblr’s added two incredible perks for 2012. Sherpaa, the text and email focused on-demand health plan, and our favorite, the referral program where employees get a funded adventure for each referral hire. But it’s neither the office space nor the clever perks that make Tumblr such an of-the-moment place to work: it’s the people. Well that sure is lovely The Huffington Post mentions my company … Continue reading Tumblr’s Incredible Perk: Sherpaa