What’s trending in telehealth 2018? Join our shark tank judges from Dell, Optum, 7wire Ventures, VSee & GHIF to get three minute rundowns of ten startups that are bringing to life the hottest telehealth technologies and concepts to deliver better care while cutting costs.
From the newest ultrasound technology to Personal Health Record exchanges to intelligent symptom checkers, check out the VSee-GHIF Telehealth Pitch Competition Finalists at ATA18 and tell us who you think should be the winner!
When: 2-3 PM, Mon., April 30, 2018
Where: VSee booth #2510, ATA Expo floor
Selected from 40 applicants, each finalist will have the opportunity to have to pitch to our judges panel of private equity, healthcare tech and HCO leadership experts including Dell Healthcare and Global Health Impact Fund. Two winners will have the opportunity to interview for possible investment. Pitch guidelines:
- 1 slide
- 3 minutes pitch
- 2 minutes Q&A with judges
- Gary Goldman, MD – Global Health Impact Fund, Partner & Founder
- Trey McMillian – Dell EMC, Global Health & Life Sciences lead
- Robert Garber – 7wire Ventures, Partner
- Unmesh Srivastava – Optum, Director of Transformation
- Milton Chen – VSee, CEO
Telehealth Hot Pitch Finalists
In order of pitching, our competing finalists are:
1. UltraSee – Making ultrasound imaging accessible and affordable for every doctor, nurse, paramedic, and eventually every patient.
2. SmartCareDoc – provider-focused virtual care solution that is both comprehensive and cost-effective
3. Telehealth Care Solutions – Aimed at SNFs, a Virtual Physical Examination system designed for untrained personnel (and eventually patients) to be able to conduct comprehensive physical exams needed to manage both routine scheduled follow-ups as well as urgent encounters.
4. BlueSleep – Bluesleep system makes it easy, cost effective, and quick to be diagnosed and treated for sleep apnea without ever stepping foot in a doctor’s office, a sleep lab, or a hospital.
5. Medtrics Lab – connected learning management and networking platform to manage students, faculty, and accreditation requirements in universities and hospitals
6. iCareHub – an advanced “Personal Health Record” System providing secured cloud based Central Data Repository access and functionality; importing CCD data from multiple EMR/EHRs, and multiple care settings of the patient’s Circle of Care environment; also connected to Hospital ADT ENS Exchanges
7. Rx.Health – an EMR-integrated SaaS platform that enables care teams to prescribe digital care (digital therapeutics, apps, multi-media health education content, surveys, patient reported outcome measures, etc) right at the point of care; spun off from Mount Sinai NY technology
8. Motivation Technologies – virtual exercise assistant as an extension of a surgery care team, fully automated and available 24/7 to coach patients through a pre-surgery prehabilitation program via a combination of email, text message, and webchat. No app install necessary.
ECAA – clinical and software solutions to manage the surgical population
Navi – Mobile cloud solution that accelerates adoption of post-discharge callbacks – a tool that results in enhanced quality, improvement in patient experience and reducing hospital re-admission.
11. Nview Health – a tangible solution that allows PCPs to treat whole person care by accurately identifying behavioral disorders; 89% accuracy from NIH
12. MEDIKTOR – improves access to healthcare by connecting individuals with the most appropriate level of care for them according to their symptoms and personal health conditions.
This Telehealth Hot Pitch event is hosted by VSee and Global Health Impact Fund.
About Global Health Impact Fund
Based on a clinician-targeted healthcare investment model, Global Health Impact Fund, LLC (GHIF) is a healthcare focused venture capital investment network devoted to early-stage digital healthcare and telemedicine companies.
Disruptive forces in healthcare are driving the development of a new Integrated Digital Healthcare Delivery Model. This is providing opportunities for new and innovative digital health and telemedicine companies. These same companies need improved access to strategic capital and to clinical expertise in order to achieve successful commercialization. GHIF is developing a new model for healthcare sector investing designed to facilitate the flow of a targeted investment capital model, and to give investment targets access to actual providers of care.
The GHIF venture capital investment network attracts clinicians – physicians and other clinical providers – who are interested in investing and acting as advisors while the fund’s technology, management, and private equity experts will provide the resources necessary for portfolio company success.
VSee is the only approved video telehealth system chosen by NASA for astronauts on the Space Station. VSee provides a complete, scalable platform including simple HIPAA communications and flexible clinic workflows. Its modular design allows for seamless integration into a wide range of workflows including ER diversion, on-call specialist consults, tele-ICU, chronic disease management, telerehabilitation, and more. VSee’s 1000+ clients include Walgreens, MDLIVE, Trinity, McKesson Specialty, Ascension Seton, Shell, UCSF, and DaVita. Learn more at vsee.com