Rabble Health Appoints New Chief Technology and Compliance Officer

Rabble Health Appoints New Chief Technology and Compliance Officer

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Biggs began collaborating with Rabble Health in early 2020 when the company was created. Within nine months, the myRabble site and mobile apps were created and scaled.

FREMONT, CA: Rabble Health, a digital health company, announced that Bluegrass Biggs, Ph.D., joined the corporation as its new Chief Technology and Compliance Officer (CTCO). “Bluegrass is a highly accomplished scientist, technologist, and life sciences executive. He’s incredibly knowledgeable, experienced, and grounded in principles,” said Aubrey Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder, Rabble Health, adding, “It’s rare to find someone with the expertise to both translate a deeply technical vision into a robust product line and anchor in the appropriate security, compliance, and ethical standards for patient data. We found that person in Bluegrass and are honored that he has joined our team.”

Before joining Rabble Health, Biggs offered Roche, Pfizer, Glaxo-Smith-Kline, and other acclaimed life sciences companies with global program management and regulatory compliance consulting services through his consulting firm BiggsB. “Aubrey is an exceptional leader with deep industry knowledge and the drive to get things done,” Biggs said. “I look forward to working with her to scale our team and build visionary products.”

Biggs began collaborating with Rabble Health in early 2020 when the company was created. Within nine months, the myRabble site and mobile apps were created and scaled. “Through Bluegrass, we as a company were able to grow from an initial idea into a tangible product line. I have complete confidence that through his leadership we will be able to continue to produce an exceptional and disruptive line of products and services that have an exemplary standard of quality, transparency, and security. It is a privilege to formally welcome him as Chief Technology and Compliance Officer,” said Aubrey.

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