Tracking, Measuring, and Sharing Behavioral and Medical Outcomes

A Conversation with Malekeh Amini

Malekeh Amini is the Founder and CEO of Trayt (@trayt_health), a healthcare software company dedicated to increasing access to brain and behavioral health care and improving patient health outcomes through integrated evidence-based clinical intelligence and data management solutions. Prior to Trayt, Malekeh was the Senior Vice President of Products & Business Development at Base Health where she provided the vision connecting new breakthroughs in medical science to the needs of healthcare organizations and consumers. A former consultant with the Boston Consulting Group and the Parthenon group, Malekeh has provided strategic, operational, and fundraising advice to healthcare and education organizations globally. Malekeh served on the fundraising Board of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and on was Chairman of the Board of Directors at the Wings Learning Center in Redwood City, California. Malekeh has an M.B.A. from Harvard University. She earned her bachelor’s degrees in Communication Sciences and her master’s in Systems Engineering at University of Southern California.

Listen to the Conversation

Host Jim Tate caught up with and talked to Malekeh Amini, Founder and CEO of Trayt. Her patient-centric data analytics company is improving diagnosis, treatments and quality of life for patients with autism, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental and brain disorders by creating tools to measure efficacy of all interventions, and by engaging the entire system of care to continuously track, measure, and share behavioral and medical outcomes.

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