Katelyn Gleason is the CEO and Founder of Eligible, the leading billing infrastructure company for healthcare in the U.S. Eligible provides a software service that allows providers to automatically determine patients’ insurance coverage. This eliminates errors and slowdowns caused by traditional healthcare billing, and dramatically increases providers’ revenues at a fraction of the normal cost to collect. Eligible single-handedly processes over 15 million healthcare cases per month, resulting in billions of dollars in healthcare services annually.
Eligible graduated from Y Combinator in 2012 before joining the Rock Health accelerator the following year. To date, Eligible has raised over $25 million in venture funding from the world’s top investors, including Reddit CEO Steve Huffman and Dropbox founder Drew Houston. As described in Inc.’s 20 Female Entrepreneurs Everyone Can Learn From , Katelyn heads a company that has, “quietly but wildly successfully closed the gap between customer and insurance companies. If you haven’t heard of it, you will soon.”
Just recently, Katelyn was selected for Crain’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2017 . Katelyn has also been featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Healthcare , Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business , and was named one of 17 Female Health IT Company CEOs to Know by Becker’s IT & CIO Review.