iCareHealth founder and Investment Principal of Starfish Ventures are the company’s choice to add further support to the growing brand

Hayylo, aged and community care’s fastest-growing startup, has just appointed two new members to its board of directors. Healthcare experts and thought leaders for prominent digital businesses, Chris Gray and Michael Panaccio, join Hayylo’s Co-founders, Simon Heaysman and Greg Satur, to further support the growing brand.

Hayylo’s mission and consistent growth fitted the executives’ experience and goals to mentor purpose-led organisations with high social impact. Goodwin Aged Care, Chorus, integratedliving, Life Care, Novacare and Churches of Christ in Queensland are some of the organisations benefiting from the Hayylo platform by eliminating operational inefficiencies in the service delivery process and increasing care recipient’s wellbeing and trust.

Chris Gray co-founded iCare Health which is now part of Telstra Health. Chris applies his 20-year experience in management, technology and investment in Australia and the UK to mentor and invest in technology businesses that have a purpose. “Hayylo is improving health outcomes for the elderly and vulnerable by removing the communication gap between a care recipient and the formal & informal care networks. The result is improving levels of satisfaction for both the care recipient and the care providers”, says Gray.

Michael Panaccio is currently Starfish Ventures’ Investment Principal. Before co-founding Starfish, he’s been a director of numerous technology businesses in Australia and the USA and has authored or co-authored five books and numerous scientific publications.

“We feel very privileged for collaborating and having the inputs of high calibre executives in our strategic plan and vision for the future”, says Greg Satur, Hayylo’s Co-founder and CEO. “Our board demonstrates the power and drive that is behind Hayylo as a company and as a positive social impact organisation”, finishes Simon Heaysman, Hayylo’s Co-founder and COO.