PILOT Health Tech NYC Unveils First Class

6-30-2013 11-11-40 PM

PILOT Health Tech NYC pairs early-stage startups with hospitals, physicians, or practices in New York City for product pilots running three to six months. The program will donate $100,000 toward the cost of each pilot.

The program is run in partnership between the New York City Economic Development Corporation, Health 2.0, Blueprint Health, and StartUp Health.

The winners of PILOT Health Tech NYC are:

AdhereTech at Weill Cornell Medical Center

Adhere Tech will pilot its smart pill bottles that measure the amount of pills or liquid left in a bottle in real time and remind patients to take their medication via automated phone call or text message.

BioDigital at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

BioDigital will pilot its 3D patient education material with a goal of simplifying complex health concepts and increasing patient understanding. The BioDigital platform tackles complex anatomy, health conditions, and treatments in interactive 3D visualizations.

Bio-Signal Group at New York Methodist Hospital

Bio-Signal will pilot its FDA-cleared microEEG system, a fast, portable, and easy-to-use wireless system capable of recording electroencephalograms in a variety of settings.

ECaring at Pace University

Ecaring will pilot a Web-based care management and patient monitoring system with Pace University.

Flatiron Health at Continuum Health Partners

Flatiron is a business and clinical intelligence platform for cancer care providers. Continuum Health Partners will pilot the big-data oncology platform.

Opticology at New York Eye & Ear Infirmary

The New York Eye & Ear Infirmary will host Opticology as it pilots a glucometer that measures glucose levels in tears rather than in blood.

Rip Road at VNSNY Choice SelectHealth

Rip Road will pilot is mobile patient engagement platform, which uses text messaging to boost appointment attendance and medication adherence.

Starling Health at VillageCare

Starling Health will pilot its bedside communication and nurse call system. The platform tracks patient requests, forwards them to the appropriate care members, and helps tackle the language barrier by managing translating requests.

Sense Health at University Behavioral Associates

Sense Health will pilot a mobile patient support solution designed to help case managers effectively manage a growing patient case load.

Vital Care Services at Pace University

Vital Care Solutions will pilot its telehealth platform at Pace University, where clinicians will use the platform to collect vital signs from a remote patient population.

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