Created four years ago by eight of the top U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals”,
Impact Pediatric Health is a one-of-a-kind pitch competition to help showcase and support the best
pediatric health care innovations. Representatives from all eight hospitals, as well as venture
capitalists and industry leaders will hear pitches from all of the finalists in order to choose an overall
winner. This select group of companies will also have the opportunity to meet with hospitals one on
one in order to foster relationships and implement solutions to solve real world problems.
NFANT Labs is uniquely suited for Impact’s area of focus this year: prematurity, digital health and
medtech. NFANT Labs’ introduced nfant Feeding Solution, the first FDA cleared IoT device for the
NICU and most recently, nfant Analytics, a Machine Learning and reporting platform aimed at
leveraging objective IoT data to help infants struggling to feed.
“It’s an honor to be chosen as a finalist for this prestigious award ”, said Lou Malice, NFANT’s CEO.
“With our products already implemented into hospitals across the country, NFANT is poised to make a
large and immediate impact in the lives of these infants and their families. We are excited for the
opportunity to work with these top-notch children’s hospitals to make predictive analytics a reality in
neonatal feeding care”
Participating hospitals – Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Boston Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati
Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Seattle
Children’s Hospital, Stanford Children’s Health and Texas Children’s Hospital.
About NFANT Labs
NFANT Labs is an emerging digital health and medical device company based in Atlanta, Georgia,
dedicated to infant feeding. nfant Feeding Solution, is the first FDA-cleared “Internet of Things” (IoT)
medical device for the NICU and nfant Analytics, a machine learning and reporting platform, gives
clinicians, hospital providers and payers insight to infant progress and path to discharge. Improving the
standard of feeding care by collecting objective data and tracking feeding progression has the potential
to shorten NICU stays, reduce readmissions and deliver substantial savings. For more information
about NFANT Labs and all of its products please visit www.nfant.com.