Heather Fernandez

What if you were always three taps away from seeing a high quality doctor today?

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About Heather Fernandez

Solv CEO and Co-founder Heather Fernandez brings more than a decade of executive management experience with consumer technology startups. Her career has focused on creating simple, transparent consumer experiences that dramatically change massive industries such as real estate and healthcare. She founded Solv to transform healthcare for consumers by providing mobile access to same-day, quality convenient care, without hidden costs. Prior to Solv, Heather served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of Business Services at Trulia, Inc., where she led product advertisement and market and sales strategy through the company’s acquisition by Zillow. Heather's background spans politics, technology, and financial services—including time at Morgan Stanley, the U.S. House of Representatives, and Senator John McCain’s 2000 presidential campaign. She currently serves on the Atlassian board of directors and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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About This Idea

Today’s consumers have it all in the palm of their hands: You can order groceries, hire a handyman, and even have your dog walked within a few taps on your smartphone. Heather Fernandez, CEO and Co-Founder of Solv Health, believes that accessing high quality same day health care should be no different. Watch Heather’s TEDMED 2018 Hive Talk to see how Solv Health is allowing consumers to access convenient care, and understand the cost involved ahead of time, to live healthier lives.

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