UK, Denmark, and Healthtech Companies Attend HLTH

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It’s that time of year again. Will I see you at HTLH? A common closing phrase on many a call, email, or social interaction. We can enthusiastically say – YES! – You will see us at HLTH, along with some truly amazing founders and entrepreneurs from around the world.

HLTH is an annual event that unites the entire health innovation ecosystem. This year, our startup companies will join us from near and far to showcase their world-class solutions to global healthcare challenges.

We can’t wait for you to meet the following companies at our Pavillion.

  • C the Signs™ (UK) is a validated AI cancer prediction platform that can identify patients at risk of cancer at the earliest and most curable stage of the disease. Used by healthcare professionals, C the Signs can identify which tumor type a patient is at risk of and recommend the most appropriate next step in less than 30 seconds. The platform has detected over 10,000 patients with cancer, with over 50 different types of cancer diagnosed, and with a sensitivity of >98% for cancer.
  • Ejenta(USA) is a San Francisco company that automates remote monitoring and remote care delivery using artificial intelligence (AI) exclusively licensed from NASA, where intelligent agents run 24/7 in NASA’s Mission Control for the International Space Station. Intelligent agents learn from connected devices and electronic health records to learn about members, predict health, and keep care teams connected.
  • Lucid Lane(USA) is a data-driven telehealth digital solution that empowers people to prevent dependence on addictive prescribed medications to live a better, healthier life.
  • My mhealth(UK) offers digital therapeutics for a range of long-term conditions- COPD, Asthma, Diabetes and Heart Disease. Our product has been successfully deployed in the UK and India, with >100,000 users registered to date. Our solutions empower patients to self-manage their conditions, resulting in dramatic improvements in outcomes, as evidenced through multiple clinical trials and real-world evaluations.
  • Orbit(Denmark/Germany) is the maker of Neptune, a Parkinson’s self-learning and self-monitoring app providing treatment personalization for those living with Parkinson’s disease​.
  • At PEP Health(UK), We believe all patients deserve the best care possible. Our cutting-edge machine-learning technology enables healthcare organizations, regulators, and insurers the real-time, actionable insights they need to have a direct and dramatic impact on patient experiences.
  • Rosarium Health(USA) is a platform to connect occupational therapists, home remodeling companies, and payers to seniors in need of accessible home modifications at any point in their healthcare journey.
  • At Surgery Hero (UK), we offer a clinically backed solution that ensures whole-human support before and after surgery. We help health systems, employers, and health plans cut costs without sacrificing quality of care.
  • Ufonia(UK) is an autonomous telemedicine company, we use large language models and voice AI to increase the capacity of clinical professionals.
  • Vitala (Sweden) is a digital therapeutic that allows healthcare providers to conveniently and effectively prescribe, monitor, and manage diagnosis-specific medical exercises to improve patients’ long-term health.

Follow along with Devin Dunn, the Head of TMCi’s Health Tech Accelerator at the Innovation Factory, who will speak on the Newsroom Stage. She will cover topics including the reveal of an upcoming and exciting new partnership and what it means to be an entrepreneur.

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