Agewell Biometrics’ subscription-based service, Equilibrium(™), started by physical therapist Joshua Wies, is a cloud-based analytics platform providing quantified health metrics for older adults and their caregivers. Agewell will integrate with any sensor device and provide meaningful reporting to help older adults maintain their independence, quality of life and peace of mind. As we age, small physical changes can go undetected and lead to major health problems, injuries, and loss of independence. Equilibrium gives the ability to gain insight into health and to take action when it can prevent a problem rather than responding to a crisis.
Gastro Girl is a patient-centric digital health platform for individuals living with gastrointestinal conditions. Gastro Girl delivers personalized telehealth coaching and nutritional counseling to help patients comply with treatment plans between doctor visits. The platform also offers an online community with expert insights and a digital health journal to help users understand the connections between their symptoms and lifestyle factors such as diet, stress levels, mood, and exercise activity.
Werbie has developed GlucoseMama, a mobile software system for women with gestational diabetes that helps them manage their daily glucose and carb intakes with push notifications and game-like incentives. With customized recipes and live chats with diabetes educators, mothers can expect healthier pregnancies and deliveries. Before launching the company, Werbie's founder, Catherine Jones, authored a best-selling book on nutrition during pregnancy.
CheeksUp is is an interactive computer-guided system to support childhood speech therapy and rehabilitation from facial motor disorders. Therapists can individualize exercise plans based on the needs of each child under their care. The product utilizes the latest 3D camera technology in combination with our proprietary algorithms to accurately map and monitor facial movements. The product delivers high levels of engagement through the use of gamified elements to make the therapist’s exercise plan a fun experience for the child.
Lazy Company has developed Measurease(™), a platform that allows hospitals, EHR vendors and data aggregators to process and report on Federally-mandated quality measures. These quality measures form the backbone of value-based healthcare. The product offers simple API allowing vendors to integrate quality measures into their products year after year. Meaurease is the second in a suite of planned products focused on supporting organizations reduce the heavy administrative burden of meeting the requirements for data reporting.
ErgonometriX is a B2B platform that reduces workers' compensation costs by enhancing a company's ability to improve the physical performance of their industrial athletes. The product consists of a wearable IoT device, cloud-based analytics to identify and track workers' at-risk lifting maneuvers and repetitive motions, and a reporting portal for health and safety officers. Our platform alters the behavior of workers who engage in lifting and manual handling, thereby reducing the incidence of lower back injuries.
Neopenda has developed a wearable that monitors the vital signs of newborns in resource-constrained neonatal units in the developing world. The team spun out from the biomedical engineering department at Columbia University. They recently spent time in Uganda conducting market and user research, and are preparing for pilot studies this fall.