HealthTech is paving the way for addressing social determinants of health through a myriad of platforms, software, and more. Join us as we talk with health IT industry leader, Erine Gray—CEO and founder of Aunt Bertha—in this tech series and get insights for reducing gaps in care.

Erine Gray has been working on business and technology consulting projects for more than 15 years and is the Founder and CEO of Aunt Bertha. Aunt Bertha’s mission is to make human service program information more accessible to both people and programs. 

Prior to founding Aunt Bertha, he directed more than 60 employees within a project responsible for administering the application process for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. At the Commission, he delivered more than 40 software and operational improvement projects that saved more than $5 million dollars annually in operating expenses. Erine studied public policy at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas and has a BA in Economics from Indiana University. He’s a 2019 TED Senior Fellow.

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