Mindbloom Founder Dylan Beynon Recognized as Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executive Of 2020
Consumer healthcare has seen numerous innovations and expansions through digital services in 2020 . In particular, telehealth services have become a promising alternative to traditional or brick-and-mortar healthcare options, given restrictions brought on by this year's global pandemic. More clients are seeking at-home healthcare options with convenience and safety in mind.
The Health Care Technology Report (THCTR) has recognized Mindbloom founder Dylan Beynon as a Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executive, acknowledging Mindbloom's role in expanding telehealth services to those seeking mental health treatment. He's joined by executives leading prominent digital healthcare companies such as Hims & Hers, Fitbit, Invisalign, and other innovators.
According to THCTR, "the awardees of 2020 have excelled in their field not only through deep expertise and determination but through the power of imagination and testing the limits of what is possible with technology. Hundreds of nominations were reviewed to arrive at this select set of executives. Each nominee was evaluated based on their career track record, reputation among peers and colleagues, experience in the industry, and company achievements, among other factors."
"The unique circumstances we faced in 2020 showed why digital healthcare innovation and continued expansion of telehealth services are so important. I'm honored to be named alongside such esteemed peers in consumer healthcare technology, " Beynon said, "Mindbloom's mission is to transform lives to transform the world, and I'm proud of Mindbloom's team and our ability to adapt quickly to become a fully virtual service in 2020, expanding access to psychedelic therapy modalities while continuing to improve outcomes for our clients."
This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of any treatment. If you are in a life-threatening situation, call the National Suicide Prevention Line at +1 (800) 273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room.