News and Announcements
Bardavon CEO Matt Condon has been named one of the Kansas City Business Journal’s Power 100 for 2019!
According to the Kansas City Business Journal, “Our annual Power 100 list is a snapshot in time detailing the 100 people wielding the most power in the area.” Matt is recognized in the NextGen Category.
Congratulations to Matt and all the other nominees on this honor.
Startland: Startup Leader Hears Calling in Kauffman Legacy, Selected to Join Kauffman Foundation Trustees
Startland News has posted an interview with Bardavon CEO Matt Condon regarding his appointment to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Board of Trustees.
You can read the full article here.
Entrepreneur and former chair of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors brings expertise and innovative thinking to support the Kansas City community.
Overland Park, KS – Bardavon Health Innovations LLC today announced $15 million in new financing led by NewRoad Capital Partners, based in Northwest Arkansas.
Listen to Bardavon CEO, Matt Condon, as he chats with Paul Gaspar of Gaspar PT. Matt and Paul cover topics ranging from the state of physical therapy, the impact of networks on physical therapy clinics and the next phase of what is to come in the industry.
For anyone treating a workers’ compensation patient, having access to comparable information is a game changer for moving patient care forward. Our bNOTES note stands out from the crowd by adding in heavily requested features from adjusters, providers, physicians and employers.
Here are a few ways that bNOTES helps PTs to treat their patients.
Matt Condon has returned as a guest on the EIM Podcast. The episode is titled, “Tiering Providers and Clinics Based on Quality.”
Per the show notes:
“We welcome back Matt Condon, CEO of Bardavon Health Innovations, back to the EIM Clinical Podcast. Matt joined us last year on episode 33 to discuss how Bardavon is helping to shift the payment environment from “fee for service” to more of a “fee for performance.” Bardavon’s goal is to fuel the evolution of the Workers’ Compensation industry through enhanced clinical services, innovative mechanisms to collect and report data, analytics and best practices for employee healthcare management.
Today, we’re getting an update from Matt on how this process is going. He’ll discuss the data they are collecting and what the results are showing. As you know, “Middlemen” can create problems for physical therapists, but what Matt is doing is unique and highly beneficial to PTs. We hope you enjoy the discussion and can gain some good insight on this week’s episode!”