Healthcare is complicated. We are here to help.
With Orderly, your employees simply text their questions about healthcare, just like they were texting a friend. Using multiple data sources, we provide them with immediate answers. Our solution is powered by software and backed up by humans.
For example, we can answer questions like:
Where is the closest Oncologist covered by my plan?
What's the cheapest price for Adderall?
Am I covered for a visit to the ER?
How it Works
Answers to healthcare questions are just a text message away
Employee texts Orderly with any healthcare related question
Orderly communicates with our partners to collect and compile employee's healthcare data
Orderly provides answers and empowers employee to make smarter, more cost-effective health care decisions
Employee and employer save time and money
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Meet Our Founders
We're changing the face of healthcare
Kevin left his role as the Senior Product Manager for Electronic Arts' digital platform team to help found Orderly. Prior to EA, Kevin was working as a Product Manager at a mobile analytics startup called Upsight in San Francisco. His clients included Glu Mobile, Tinder, JackThreads, and Kaiser Permanente. Kevin can trace the roots of his interest in healthcare back to early childhood memories making rounds with his dad, at the time a physician in Denver. Originally enrolled in the “PreMed” program at Duke, Kevin shifted his focus to the business of healthcare, choosing instead to study healthcare policy as a Public Policy / Economics major. When he’s not in the office you can find Kevin skiing, rock climbing, or running, usually while listening to podcasts on healthcare and technology and preferably in the mountains of Colorado.
James Dickhoner, M.D.
His primary responsibilities at Orderly include managing the day to day operations, overseeing development and working with healthcare data. He also works closely with Kevin to assist in fundraising and business development. Prior to Orderly, James completed medical school where he worked as a researcher in the departments of medical informatics and emergency medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Additionally, he completed the Stanford Ignite program at the Graduate School of Business in the summer of 2015. In his previous life, he worked as a ski patroller in Tahoe. Besides obsessively thinking about how to access healthcare, he spends his free time fly fishing, skiing, and working his way through "The Art of French Cooking".