Fostering an Inclusive and Empowering Work Environment Key in OhMD’s Blueprint for Success

BURLINGTON, VT, March 28, 2024 – OhMD, a leading patient communication software company, has been named one of Vermont’s Best Places to Work in 2024. This recognition celebrates OhMD’s outstanding efforts in creating a dynamic, inclusive, and supportive environment for its employees. OhMD proudly joins 22 new businesses recognized this year.

The award, bestowed by VermontBiz and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Society for Human Resource Management, Vermont State Council (VTSHRM), the Vermont Department of Commerce and Community Development, and Workforce Research Group, celebrates the exceptional efforts companies make to foster outstanding and supportive work environments.

Ethan Bechtel, CEO of OhMD, shares his enthusiasm: “Being named a Best Place to Work is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to our vision of making healthcare better for everyone through conversations. It’s about more than just creating a great product; it’s about how we communicate, collaborate, and drive change together.”

Adding a personal touch, Olivia Roché, a long-standing member of the OhMD team, said, “Working at OhMD has been transformative for my career path. Here, ambition and effort are met with the chance to advance and lead. It’s empowering to see your own progress reflected in the company’s growth.”

This recognition comes at a pivotal moment as OhMD continues to lead the way in healthcare communication, proving that a company can excel in innovation while also being an extraordinary place to work.

About OhMD

OhMD is at the forefront of transforming healthcare by enhancing two-way conversations between healthcare providers and patients. With bleeding-edge innovation, their patient communication platform makes healthcare more accessible, efficient, and effective for medical practices, hospitals, and health systems across the United States. For more about how OhMD is changing healthcare conversations, visit