HealthHero makes number of senior appointments

Ranjan Singh, chief executive officer, HealthHero

Digital healthcare provider HealthHero is continuing its expansion with a number of senior appointments.

Aseem Sadana joins the company as its new chief operating officer with a range of leadership experience in the technology sector. 

Sadana comes to HealthHero from IMImobile, a publicly listed enterprise cloud software business, where he was group COO. 

HealthHero has also appointed Jonathan Hill and Sam Shah as its new advisers.

Hill will advise on medical affairs and brings more than 25 years’ experience in the healthcare sector both on the frontlines of the NHS and in the private sector.

Shah is the founder and director of the Faculty of Future Health, Ulster University, and was previously director of digital development for NHS England and NHSX. 

Shah is a digital health adviser to a number of health and technology companies spanning a range of industries including telecommunications, assessment of apps, scaling new technology into the NHS and workforce solutions. He has worked on a number of initiatives including the flagship project to digitise urgent care in the NHS. 

Ranjan Singh, chief executive officer of HealthHero, said: ‘HealthHero is growing fast and I’m really pleased to welcome Aseem, Jonathan and Sam onboard at such a crucial time. 

‘HealthHero already covers over 4.5 million lives at launch, and since the onset of Covid-19 we have seen demand for our UK and Republic of Ireland services increase by over 300%.

‘We have an ambitious vision to become not only the largest digital healthcare provider in Europe but to transform the digital healthcare space. I look forward to achieving this together.’

Launched in autumn 2019 and backed by pan-European investment house Marcol, HealthHero is a digital health provider that currently operates in the UK, Germany, and the Republic of Ireland.

Last month, HealthHero acquired Berlin-based telemedicine platform