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Lessons from Robin Shah, CEO and Co-Founder of Thyme Care, on guiding patients through their cancer journey and unifying the oncology ecosystem

Welcome back to the Pear Healthcare Playbook! Every week, we’ll be getting to know trailblazing healthcare leaders and dive into building a digital health business from 0 to 1.

Today we're thrilled to get to know Robin Shah! Robin is the founder and CEO of Thyme Care, a groundbreaking oncology management platform. Thyme Care is a value-based cancer care enabler, collaborating with payers and providers to transform the experience and outcomes for individuals with cancer. Thyme Care's approach combines human guidance with data and analytics to guide patients through their cancer journey. The company partners with health plans and risk-bearing providers to assume accountability for enhanced care quality, improved health outcomes, and reduced total cost of care.

Robin's journey in transforming cancer care began at Flatiron Health, a leading healthcare technology company led by two remarkable founders Nat Turner and Zach Weinberg. There, he served as Vice President of Provider Marketing and Strategy, focusing on developing successful go-to-market strategies for both patients and healthcare providers. His passion for building a stronger future for community oncology led him to OneOncology, where he played a crucial role as a founding member. At OneOncology, Robin served as the Chief Development and Marketing Officer, overseeing provider development, marketing strategy, technology integration, and analytics, setting the stage for his work at Thyme Care.

In this episode, we discuss Robin's journey into the field of oncology, the inception of Thyme Care, the significance of care navigation in cancer, Thyme Care's strategic approach and achievements, as well as valuable advice for entrepreneurs, including guidance on choosing the right investment partners.


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