Kyle Hill is the co-founder and CEO of HomeHero, a licensed non-medical home care provider that leverages smart technology and human compassion to extend the health system into the home. HomeHero caters to families seeking assistance in the home and empowers health systems to launch, operate and grow their own non-medical home care programs. Before HomeHero, Kyle was an equity analyst at Robert W Baird & Co, built online experiences at Kaleazy Creative and launched mobile payments app Flowtab in 2011. Under his leadership, HomeHero has provided over 1 million hours of care to thousands of families and raised $23M in venture capital since its start in 2013. Kyle was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Healthcare in 2016, actively speaks at healthcare and technology events worldwide, is a contributor to Huffington Post and sits on the Board at Pomona College working with healthcare and venture groups. He’s an avid soccer player, triathlete, scuba diver and volunteers as a camp counselor at the Muscular Dystrophy Association summer camp every year.
Kyle and Mike quickly realized that this country’s healthcare system was old, antiquated and had been grossly neglected by entrepreneurs for far too long. It was only inevitable that a company would consolidate this highly-fragmented market using technology‚ lowering the cost of home care for families. So in 2013 they assembled a team of veteran healthcare professionals and tech entrepreneurs to build the fastest, most-affordable way for families to find quality home care for seniors.
Less than two years later, HomeHero became one of the largest home care providers in the state of California, having provided over 1 million hours of care to thousands of families nationwide.