This morning, iVEDiX presented miVEDiX for Healthcare at the New York Digital Health Accelerator (NYDHA) Demo Day where, CEO and Founder, Rajesh Kutty lead an 8 minute introduction to the mobile platform. Though post-program activities will follow, todays’ events served as a formal completion of the NYDHA program. Approximately 200 people – consisting of providers, payers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and investors joined in support of the event,
Since the accelerator first launched, 15 startups have been through the program and have raised over $65 million in additional capital. iVEDiX hopes the NYDHA program will allow them to further refine their Healthcare solutions, rally excitement around their digital health innovations, and promote awareness for miVEDiX within New York’s Healthcare community. The most successful miVEDiX use cases to be showcased during the event, included applications for:
- Fresenius Medical Care’s Physician Rounding
- North Shore University Hospital’s Patient Throughput
- North York General Hospital’s Clinical Quality Metrics
- Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Physician and Patient Engagement
- The United Nations HIV Situation Room
NYDHA considered over 100 applications from growth-stage digital health companies before selecting the final six program participants. After being evaluated for their innovation and practicality, companies entered a series of workshops, panel discussions, user-group sessions, networking events, one-on-one meetings, and presentations to help accelerate product development over three short months. In this capstone, Demo Day, companies had a chance to share the fruits of their labor through a series of informative presentations and one-on-one followup meetings in their company booths.
Thanks to this experience, miVEDiX had become a stronger competitor in the Healthcare market and has seen a affirmative response to their real-time clinical data access and write-back from mobile devices.
“[The miVEDiX for Healthcare solution] has really revolutionized my ability to interact with the patient with less intrusion of technology. While, at the same time, using technology to improve my care of the patient.” Dr. Gary Singer, Medical Director – Fresenius Medical Care