We are delighted to share that One Medical’s CEO, Amir Dan Rubin, has been selected as an EY Entrepreneur of the Year for 2019 in Northern California. This award acknowledges the significant national impact One Medical is making in transforming health care through its modernized model of technology-powered digital health and office-based care.
In Amir’s words, “This honor is a recognition of our organization and our incredible One Medical team, and acknowledges the significant results delivered by our dedicated providers, technologists, team associates, board members and investors, along with the founding vision of Dr. Tom Lee."
Amir also notes, "Thank you to One Medical’s members, who invite us into their lives every day to help them improve their health and wellbeing. Thank you to the thousands of employers who place trust in One Medical to advance the engagement, wellness, and productivity of their employees and their families. And thank you to our partners--including many of the nation’s leading health systems and plans--with whom we collaborate to improve health outcomes and value-based care.”
This is Amir’s second time receiving an EY Entrepreneur of the Year award, previously being recognized during his tenure as CEO Stanford Health Care for innovating new technology and care delivery models for employers and patients.
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