Supportiv CEO Helena Plater-Zyberk was recently invited to speak at the University of San Francisco, providing a real-world perspective on digital healthcare entrepreneurship to students in the School of Nursing and Health Professions’ HS 620 Digital Entrepreneur course.

The integration of healthcare and technology is one of the most promising avenues by which we may solve our nation’s healthcare access and administration issues. Successful digital health solutions like Supportiv operate at the mission-driven cutting edge of healthcare, onboarding various under-served and disenfranchised population segments not engaged by traditional healthcare solutions.

This is a relevant goal to students in USF’s MS in Digital Health Informatics program, as they aim to learn about and ideate solutions in mHealth, digital therapeutics, telehealth, and advanced healthcare analytics.

To this end, Helena Plater-Zyberk spoke to students on the real-world dynamics of building, iterating on, and operating a tech-driven mental health solution in the complex world of digital entrepreneurship.

For more information on speaking engagements such as this one, contact Supportiv at Or, read more about Supportiv’s mission of providing tech-enabled Conversational Care™ and Precision Peer Support.