Rimidi Diabetes, an Atlanta-based digital health company that brings to market data analytics and disease management solutions, said it is working with the Healthbox Florida Studio in Partnership with GuideWell Innovation, an eight-week studio at the new GuideWell Innovation CoRE™ (Collaborative Resource Ecosystem) space in Lake Nona Medical City, Fla. Rimidi Diabetes, a startup in the […]
DocSnap, a healthcare technology startup focused on streamlining patient access to their medical information, has joined the Advanced Technology Development Center’s ATDC Signature portfolio of companies. Founded by Dr. Anthony Mari, DocSnap puts the patient in the center of their healthcare team by sending all the patient health information (PHI), from all of their doctors […]
Founded in March 2010, Clinigence is a next-generation clinical data analytics software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider. The technology is built around several key capabilities, including data mining, predictive modeling and business intelligence.
If Brian Leslie has his way, consumers will soon be able to log onto a private social network dedicated to wellness and chronic care management. As President and CTO of OneCare, Leslie and his team have spent two years designing and building an open platform that simplifies, encourages and tracks care plan compliance while putting patients in control of their health information.
In 2008, the pair founded Patientco – initially named SecureHealthPay – with a mission to provide people with an easier way to pay their healthcare bills. Users benefit from a secure web portal that conveniently manages the tracking, consolidation and payment of medical bills for providers. A simplified statement shows patients exactly what they owe, what insurance will pay and when a payment is due so they can quickly cover the balance. In addition, multiple payment options are offered, such as credit and debit cards, paper checks, health savings or flexible spending accounts, and patients can choose whether to pay those bills online, by phone, snail mail or through an interactive voice response system.
Dr. Susan Nicholas set out with a new mission – to revolutionize the healthcare system by creating an innovative e-health platform that would provide all Americans with access to affordable, quality healthcare services. In 2011, she founded Qnova Health – initially named DocPons – which utilizes the discount coupon model to bring healthcare providers and patients together.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has unveiled a new SBIR funding program aimed at supporting the development of innovative health information technology that benefits consumers, patients, caregivers and health care providers. With up to $1.5 million available in Phase I and II grants, the award encourages small businesses to apply for funding to accelerate the creation […]
The new year is already shaping up to be a good one for Kishore Eechambadi and Raj Mehra of ATDC member company The Coupon Doc. The Atlanta-based duo is packing their bags and heading to Chicago to join the inaugural class of Healthbox, a new business accelerator focused solely on healthcare. In September, The Coupon […]
During his 15 years in the healthcare industry, Prem Bhatia noticed that many corporate wellness programs were failing to resonate long-term with employees. So he joined forces with Sarwar Bhuiyan and John Duisberg to brainstorm ways to provide a more flexible corporate health platform that would generate staff interest and engagement. Eventually, they also turned […]
When the Health Care Reform Bill (H.R. 3590) was passed on March 23, 2010 it included a Tax Credit or Cash Grant for qualifying small businesses developing therapeutics, molecular diagnostics or delivery vehicles. This tax credit will reimburse eligible companies for 50% of all expenditures spent on a Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project during calendar year […]