Member Since 2020
San Francisco Bay Area
Chloe Alpert is the CEO and Co-founder of Medinas a cloud-based asset management and remarketing platform for hospitals. Medinas helps healthcare institutions manage the resale, and redeployment of their capital equipment, and facilitate data insights to help with capital planning needs. In 2019, Chloe won the $1 million grand prize at the Global Creator Awards, in 2018 won the $360k Regional Creator Awards, and won the 2017 $500k Forbes Under 30 Global Change The World Competition. She was also named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Healthcare list for the class of 2020 and honored by the Berkeley Visionary Awards. She regularly speaks at UC Berkeley’s Skydeck Program, and occasionally at the Berkeley Haas School of Business.
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Medinas Health is a fast, easy and safe way for healthcare organizations of all types to resell their surplus medical equipment and supplies and optimize their clinical asset disposition programs.