Moving Analytics Announces Participation in 2021 HealthTech Arkansas
Moving Analytics is excited to announce our participation in the HealthTech Arkansas 2021 Cohort along with 4 other companies.
For its 2021 cohort, HealthTech Arkansas has focused exclusively on companies delivering cardiovascular technologies or innovations targeting cardiac patient populations as they look for the best opportunity to improve clinical outcomes in their state. Representatives from each of the 12 healthcare providers interviewed applicants and selected companies with technologies that have the potential to advance cardiovascular innovation and cardiac care at their respective organizations.
“Focusing only on cardiovascular technologies concentrates our efforts on a clinical area that’s important to the state of Arkansas and gives us the best opportunity to improve clinical outcomes in our state,” said Jeff Stinson, Director of HealthTech Arkansas.
Each company will receive seed investment as well as complete and total access to clinicians and administrators while executing their pilot projects. “Over the past three years, working with HealthTech Arkansas to introduce new healthcare technologies to our hospital and to our state has been beneficial not only to our patients but to our staff. We get a chance to see the latest medical innovations, and it helps our own staff to think more innovatively, as well,” said Dr. Gerry Jones, Chief Medical Officer at CHI St. Vincent.
The five companies were selected from high-quality applicants across seven different countries and are headquartered across the world in Switzerland, Israel and the U.S. in California, Washington D.C., and Ohio.
“We are extremely honored to be among a select list of companies who are participating in this program,” said Harsh Vathsangam, CEO of Moving Analytics, “Participation in this program allows us to further extend the benefits ofvirtual cardiac rehabilitation and cardiovascular care to all Arkansans, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The cohort will participate in a program that provides them the opportunity to build solutions specifically identified by Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Arkansas Heart Hospital, Arkansas Urology, Baptist Health, CHI St. Vincent, Conway Regional Health System, Mercy, Northwest Health, Ortho Arkansas, St. Bernards Healthcare, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), and Washington Regional Medical Center as areas of opportunity within their organizations.
Please join us for the Kick-Off Event on Nov 2, 2021 05:30 PM (CT) featuring a welcome from Arkansas Secretary of Commerce Mike Preston and Patrick Wayte, SVP at the Center for Health Technology and Innovation at the American Heart Association, followed by brief presentations from each of the five cohort companies.