We make sure that medication regimens and care plans are optimized and tailored to each individual. One size does not fit all.
We make sure that medication regimens and care plans are optimized and tailored to each individual. One size does not fit all.
We deliver the right intervention at the right time, anticipating and avoiding potentially harmful consequences of non-optimized care.
We focus on outcomes. Your success is our success. We take an evidence-based approach to patient health management to drive clinical results.
admissions each year in the US due to Adverse Drug Events related to medications
increased risk of hospitalization for Drug Related Problems for those older than 65
average number of medication errors experienced by seniors seeing two physicians
of emergency department visits by seniors are due to medication mismanagement
annual spending on drug related problems and their consequences in the US
of readmissions due to adverse drug events are fully preventable
leading cause of death in the United States (drug related problems)
hospital admissions of older adults is due to adverse drug events
older adults is taking potentially inappropriate medications
of hospital readmissions are due to preventable adverse drug events
Condition and Medication management is complicated. It doesn’t have to be. We are committed to simplifying, clarifying and demystifying your care, allowing you to take control of your health.
Navigating the healthcare system today can be overwhelming and burdensome. We meet you where you are, on your time, on your terms.
Our clinicians work with you and your care team to deliver clear, relevant action plans aimed at improving your health.
Arine has your back. We spot potential problems before they can happen whenever there is a change in your health, and work both with you and behind the scenes to take care of them.
We are focused on delivering low touch, high impact solutions that integrate into your members’ lives in order to drive quality, clinical and economic outcomes.
Our data-driven approach allows for real time issue tracking and the delivery of effective, personalized, evidence-based services.
Arine offers an end-to-end service that closes the loop with care teams to confirm recommendations are implemented, ensuring members are receiving the best possible care.
Our programs and services can be customized to your members’ needs. We work closely with you to define the goals and metrics for success.
The Virtual Pharmacist actively monitors and constantly analyzes relevant health data for the detection, flagging, prioritization and resolution of clinical issues.
Clinicians then use the Virtual Pharmacist to review the proposed care plan changes, and deliver tailored, actionable recommendations to patients and their care teams.
The Virtual Pharmacist continuously measures the clinical and economic impact of the delivered recommendations, using actual cost and utilization data to demonstrate ROI and impact.
We started Arine because we believe that the best care comes from marrying the best available information to the best possible clinical expertise.
We are passionate about improving the health and quality of life of patients and their families by removing the confusion, complications and complexity associated with the everyday health care experience.
Yoona is passionate about making sure patients are on the right medications for their conditions. After an extensive career in digital health, pharma and health insurance she started Arine to improve patient lives and health outcomes in the most scalable way possible. Yoona holds a BA from Stanford, a PharmD from UCSF and a PhD from The University of Texas at Austin.
David is convinced that technology can be used to scale services and to empower patients and care teams, helping to improve a broken health care system. He previously worked on innovative digital healthcare products and on the development and measurement of new healthcare policies. David holds a BA from Harvard and a Master’s from Cambridge.
Boom is driven to combine her expertise in data science and software development to build solutions that improve patient outcomes. She has been creating flexible, secure and scalable data solutions in regulated industries her entire career. Boom holds a BS from Chiang Mai University and a Master’s from Oxford.
Amit wishes to see a world in which healthcare services are data-driven, predictive and supported by robust evidence. He previously worked at leading Fortune 500 technology companies, focusing on the development of search-related features and user targeting using machine learning.
Jeff believes that patients and their caregivers should be able to take control of their healthcare experience though user-friendly, intuitive products and services. Prior to Arine, Jeff worked in the construction and logistics industries. He has also helped bring several startups’ products to market using a consumer-centric approach. He holds a BS from Boston University.
Eunice believes in the power and expertise of pharmacists to drive positive healthcare outcomes for patients. Prior to Arine, she worked as a Pharmacy team leader for a managed care organization and as an oncology-focused pharmacist for a large health system. She holds a BS from UCSD and a PharmD from UCSF.
Betsy is driven to improve healthcare by actually addressing the medication related issues that the US health system ignores (or is terrible at addressing). She previously worked as a Pharmacy team operations leader focused on behavioral health at a large academic medical center. Betsy holds a BS and BA from UCI and a PharmD from UCSF.
Darlene is passionate about personalized patient care and believes that by using Arine’s data driven services we can truly elevate patient health. She previously worked as a Lead Pharmacy technician and has experience working with a multitude of different patient demographics. She is currently enrolled at San Francisco State University.
Amina is passionate about working with other healthcare professionals and patients to ensure that medications prescribed for patients contribute to the best possible health outcomes. Prior to Arine, she worked as a retail pharmacist for a large retail company in Michigan and California. Amina holds a BSPS and PharmD from the University of Toledo.
Kim is passionate about medicine and bridging the gap between effective healthcare and disadvantaged populations. She previously volunteered at UCSF and saw first-hand how good healthcare can alter a patient’s quality of life. She holds a BA in biology from UC Berkeley and plans on applying to pharmacy school in the next few years.
Eugenie is passionate about reducing inequalities in healthcare access and believes data driven care is the key to improving health outcomes for vulnerable populations. She holds BAs in Sociology and Psychology from UC Davis and plans to pursue higher education in social work.
Evan believes that there has never been a better time, or a greater need, for intelligently developed technologies in healthcare. Prior to Arine, Evan worked in a variety of roles in logistics and pharmacy businesses across tech support, operations and web administrator domains. He holds a BS from SFSU.
Brian is looking forward to the technical challenges of working with large amounts of data and unlocking meaningful insights to improve health outcomes. He previously worked in the semiconductor and life science industries developing scientific equipment and writing code to manage and analyze data. Brian holds a BS from Berkeley and a PhD from Stanford.
Max believes that the analysis of high quality, real-world healthcare data will be a critical component of reducing healthcare cost and improving patient outcomes. He has previously worked in healthcare technology and medical device research, and looks forward to developing the infrastructure needed to bring about changes in medicine. Max holds a BS in biology from San Diego State University, a master’s in medical sciences from Loyola University Chicago, and a master’s in biomedical engineering from San Jose State University.
Alok is passionate about building data driven healthcare systems to make a difference in patients’ lives. He has worked in startups, the insurance industry, and other corporate roles to better understand disparate data elements. Alok holds a Masters degree in Computer Science, Technological System Management from Stony Brook University.
Winson is passionate about improving the process of clinical medication therapy selection. Winson previously worked for Roofstock, a real estate investing startup where he developed ML models, statistical analyses, and ETL processes. Winson holds a BS in Applied Statistics from UCSB.
Zach is excited about using data and analytics to improve patient outcomes, reduce costs, and help improve the healthcare system for everyone. Prior to Arine, Zach worked at a large healthcare analytics company where he used healthcare data to analyze the effectiveness of different health-related interventions. Zach has a BA in Economics and Applied Statistics from Macalester College and a master’s Degree in Data Science from the University of Minnesota.
Denise believes that Arine’s technology, paired with clinical expertise, can drive better health outcomes at scale. Prior to Arine, she has worked as a health outcomes research scientist, designing real-world studies for digital health and pharmaceutical clients. Denise holds a BS from UC Davis and a PharmD from UCSF.
Terry believes comprehensive medication management is critical in optimizing outcomes and must be integrated into healthcare systems worldwide to reap the benefits and promise of precision medicine- Arine can enable this transition. With a 360 degree view, she has had executive roles in most segments of industry- from provider groups, large employers, to diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies while notably co-authoring article highlighting the $528Billion spent on non-optimized drug therapy. She holds an MD from Wake Forest University, completed a residency in occupational and environmental medicine and MPH from Oklahoma University, and is Board Certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
Jordon is excited to use data science to improve the health of millions of people. Prior to Arine, Jordon worked for a large health insurer and health system. Jordon has a Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Sciences and a Master's in Epidemiology from the State University at Buffalo.
Todd is committed to implementing affordable systems of whole person care that improve availability, quality and the experience. He previously worked for IBM, Huron Consulting Group and Riverside University Health System applying experience performance improvement consulting, operations and technology to achieve client outcomes. Todd is a registered pharmacist with a BS in Pharmacy from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Shelly is driven to improve the outcomes of patients by working with other healthcare professionals and educating patients to get the best possible outcome. Prior to joining Arine, Shelly worked in managed care at two different pharmacy benefit management companies as a Clinical Pharmacist. She holds a Pharmacy degree from Long Island University and is board certified as a HIV specialist and MTM specialist (BCMTMS) and is currently working on her Pharm.D at Shenandoah University.
Jenny is passionate about providing personalized medical care of the highest quality. She believes quality medical care entails pairing evidence-based medicine with shared decision making, meeting clients where they are at and empowering them with knowledge about their disease states, medications, and resources. With prior experience working in both community pharmacy and homeless outreaching settings, Jenny understands the unique healthcare challenges for a wide variety of clientele. She holds a PharmD from UCSF, is board certified in psychiatric pharmacy (BCPP), and has extensive experience treating patients with substance abuse disorders.
Stephen strives to enhance the care patients receive. He shares the core belief that Arine’s technology can bring much needed change to the current healthcare industry. Stephen has a degree in general sciences from Henry Ford College and is continuing his education at Wayne State University.
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Treatment. Your health information may be used by staff members or disclosed to other health care professionals for the purpose of evaluating your health, diagnosing medical conditions, and providing treatment. For example, results of diagnostic tests and procedures will be available in your medical record to all health professionals who may provide treatment or who may be consulted by staff members.
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Arine, Inc. 149 New Montgomery St, 4th Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94105
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David de Vries, Privacy Officer
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San Francisco, CA, 94105