We enable continuum of care through advanced technologies to improve patient’s health.
BlueJay Mobile Health uses advanced technologies to transform healthcare delivery and care team coordination to improve outcomes and reduce cost through the use of mobile devices.
We are a passionate group of entrepreneurs, providers, and engineers.
Co-founder, Scientist-turned entrepreneur with experience from Genentech and Bayer Corp. Co-founder of Epitomics, Formurex, CureGen Pharmaceuticals (China). Adjunct professor at University of the Pacific, USA.
Co-founder of BlueJay Mobile Health. Sr. Software Engineer, Glowlink Communication Technology Inc.; Sr. Staff Engineer, SunUp Digital System Inc.
Co-founder of BlueJay Mobile Health. Sr. Engineer, Glowlink Communication Technology Inc.; Sr. System Engineer, Verplex and merged into Cadence; Sr. Software Engineer, eForce Inc.; Toshiba MRI Inc.
Duke University, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, American Physical Therapy Association; Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy Residency, Kaiser Permanente.
Dr. Lee conducts NIDRR-funded telehealth international research with University of Pittsburgh and lectures nationally on telehealth practice for physical therapists. His teaching includes management of patients with integumentary conditions, geriatrics, medical screening and acute care practice. Dr. Lee maintains clinical practice at Scripps Mercy Hospital with dual board certifications in geriatrics and wound management.
Dr. Kinder is a pelvic health physical therapist and owner of Rehab Fitness & Wellness. She specializes in women’s health with a focus in pregnancy and postpartum care. Beyond the clinical space, she is Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Kinesiology Program Director at Notre Dame de Namur University. Her research focuses on enhancing the interdisciplinary approach and utilization of telerehabilitation for pelvic health patients. She is a member of the Women’s Health Section and Frontiers in Research, Science, & Technology (FiRST) Council of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Dr. Dorr is a professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. He is an international leader in the field of joint replacement of the hip and knee and has contributed significantly to advances in treatment options. He is a founder and past president of the Knee Society and the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons and a past president of the Hip Society.
Chief of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University. A pioneer in the new field of objective tracking of physical performance in musculoskeletal diseases. Founder and Director, Center for Medical Mobile Technology, Stanford University.
Dr. Davenport is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, as well as a reviewer for several journals in the fields of rehabilitation and rheumatology. Dr. Davenport is the recipient of several distinguished service, teaching, and research publication awards. In addition to his academic and service work, Dr. Davenport practices at the Kaiser Permanente Stockton Medical Office.
Dr. Neal Alpiner is a Pediatric and Adult Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician. Dr. Alpiner’s goal is to enhance, restore function and/or improve the quality of life for adults and children with chronic and acute physical impairments or disabilities. Dr. Alpiner works with other physicians and health professionals collaboratively to create a team approach to rehabilitation.
Physical Therapist and Co-Owner of 2 Private Outpatient PT Practices as well as Online Health/Fitness Coach. My objective is to help other health care professionals add online wellness programs to help their patients beyond formal medical care.