Paul Meyer

Wellpass is the digital health platform that makes it easier for people to get the care and support they need from the healthcare system, and makes it easier for the healthcare system to serve people.

Prior to founding Wellpass, Paul was was Co-Founder, Chairman and Co-CEO of Voxiva. Since 2001, Voxiva has been leveraging the reach and power of mobile phones to improve health around the world. We are experts in developing interactive communication services that reach, engage and empower people and deliver proven results. We have a suite of clinical programs for maternity (Text4baby), diabetes (Care4life) and smoking cessation (Text2quit) digital health programs with published clinical outcomes and demonstrated ROI. Over 20 of the nation’s largest health plans leverage our member engagement platform to achieve their population health goals. We work with CMS, state agencies, health systems and over 1,000 partners to distribute our shared digital health services. But most importantly, we have helped over 2 million people achieve their personal health goals.

Before co-founding Voxiva, Paul co-founded IPKO, the leading mobile phone operator and internet provider in Kosovo. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow at the Markle Foundation, Chief Operating Officer of Endeavor, and worked for the International Rescue Committee. From 1993 to 1995, he served as one of President Clinton’s White House speechwriters and worked on the 1992 Clinton Campaign. He has a law degree from Yale, a BA from Pomona College and studied Politics at Oxford. He was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in Davos. He was named a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute and a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. MIT’s Technology Review Magazine named him a Technology Pioneer and their 2003 Humanitarian of the Year.

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