Finalists and Live Pitch
Catalyst is proud to announce the finalists for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Home and Community Based Health Innovation Challenge.
Heal - Heal doctor house calls paired with Heal Hub remote patient monitoring and telemedicine offer a complete connected care solution for patients with chronic conditions.
Ooney - PrehabPal, a home-based web-app for older adults, delivers individualized prehabilitation to accelerate postoperative functional recovery and return to independence after surgery.
WizeView - A company that uses artificial intelligence to automate and organize information collected during home visits, supporting the management of medically complex populations at the lowest cost per encounter.
They will compete live on stage at the Health 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara, CA on Monday, September 16th, at 2:30-4:30 pm, in the Mission City Ballroom, B5. To view the Health 2.0 schedule, please click here.
The winner of the Live Pitch will be featured on the Main Stage on September 17th, at 3:15pm in the Mission City Ballroom, B1!
Can you create a technology that supports the advancement of at-home or community-based health care?
Digital solutions empower consumers and providers to actively engage in managing and improving health outside of traditional clinical systems. New technologies provide convenient, affordable, and comfortable care within homes and communities. This movement can greatly support individuals of all ages across a variety of geographies. However, despite these benefits, the US continues to use mostly institution-based care models. Cultural shifts and more innovation is required to give individuals, caregivers, and providers the tools they need to address healthy living within the home and community.
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