Andreas Typaldos

Andreas Typaldos

Founder/Chief Executive Officer
Kerna Health

Andreas Typaldos is a veteran businessman and entrepreneur, primarily in the software, technology, and technology-enabled healthcare. He has been a pioneer founder/early investor of several software, technology, and healthcare companies in the US and Europe over the last forty five years, through the Typaldos Family Office.

He has been active in the Life Sciences space as investor, founder, and Executive Board member. In addition to Kerna Health, he is currently Advisory Board Member for AI/ML (artificial intelligence/machine learning) of AIkido Pharma; Board Member of QCD-x, an early cancer detection company; and Board Chairman, early investor, and major shareholder of an AI company, Cogia Intelligence, which has worked with Aikido Pharma and the UT Southwestern University Medical Center on using AI for early detection of markers for pancreatic cancer. He is also Chairman and majority shareholder of Scalix, a Linux email and collaboration platform company, which was acquired and developed through Microsoft funding and strategic alliance. He is also active and major shareholder in a datacenter and datacenter/IT Infrastructure software management and CLOUD computing company, CPG Hosting Managed Services Inc, and a cellular network communications company, Akern Cellular Inc. In the past, he was CEO of Xandros, a Linux operating systems company, funded through a strategic alliance with Microsoft; NetGain, an internet incubator; and Computron Technologies, an ERP software company.

Mr. Typaldos came to the US from Greece on full scholarship from Columbia University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematical Methods for Engineering and Operations Research. He also has a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science.

Mr. Typaldos is dual citizen of the US and of Greece and has homes and family in both countries. He is married with four children, and is active in philanthropy through the Typaldos-Vendome Foundation and the Typaldos Scholarship Program at Columbia University.

All Sessions by Andreas Typaldos

Behavioral and Mental Health Track Tuesday May 24, 2022
11:25 am - 12:10 pm

The Role of Collaborative Care in Treating Depression

  • Discover why a collaborative care approach to treating behavioral health concerns with comorbidities improves treatment outcomes and makes strong business sense
  • Learn how to adapt collaborative care protocols across practice settings, build the necessary infrastructure, and secure insurance reimbursement
  • Explore recent case studies on how Kerna is integrating collaborative care across its patient and provider network
Moderator: Evian Gordon