Announcing the Austin Fast Start: Bio / Med Tech Finalists!

afs-header-Q3-600px-01

Join us at the Austin Fast Start: Bio/Med Tech Pitch Event to hear these four finalists pitch for cash and in-kind prizes valued at $7,000! Audience vote decides the winner!

Thursday, June 14th
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Dell Medical Center, Health Learning Building
First Floor Auditorium



And Your Finalists Are…

What do they do?
Clairvoyant Networks develops and markets cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) products and services for family and professional caregivers and care teams in health delivery organizations. Clairvoyant Networks is re-thinking caregiving technology at the point of care. We have developed new IoT with patentable location and condition precision. Our solutions are cost-effective and non-clinical to enable broad adoption. Our products are suitable for family caregiving, professional home health care, senior living communities or hospital and skilled nursing care.

What do they do?
Enzyme combines artificial intelligence and human expertise to fill open positions in healthcare at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional methods. Enzyme is an online platform that matches freelance physicians to healthcare companies directly, thereby eliminating the “middleman” and offline paperwork that was once necessary. By connecting physicians to roles in telehealth, we enable patients to be seen by top doctors regardless of their physical location.
What do they do?
JellyMedical Labs is creating a silicone-lined, compression scar therapy bra, the JellyBra. After making the first ones in her kitchen for personal use following a reductive mammoplasty, Meghan Fitzpatrick founded JellyMedical Labs (along with Scott Hickle) to help bring the JellyBra to the million women a year who undergo one of the five major breast surgeries.
What do they do?
Think and Zoom Prediction AI, is an early stage biotech startup, that is using AI, in developing a solution for the early detection of vision impairment in youth, creating an opportunity for early corrective intervention. We plan to observe the behavior of youth, as they interact with digital devices, like tablets and smartphones, in order to detect vision impairment, now and in the future.

Thank you to our Austin Fast Start Bio / Med Tech Judges

Health Tech Austin

Shayna Dunitz
Program Manager
3 Day Startup

Preston James
Chief Executive Officer
DivInc

Chris Laing
Executive Director
Capital City Innovation

Dr. Ruben Rathnasingham
Assistant Dean for Health Product Innovation, Strategy and Partnerships
Dell Medical School

Presented By

 

In Partnership With

And Support From

Thank You to Our Event Sponsor

Every great idea deserves great protection. Insureon has helped more than 200,000 small businesses and entrepreneurs find affordable insurance online from top U.S. carriers. Find out why we’re recognized as a trusted leader in Texas at Insureon or give us a call 512.501.5542.

Austin Fast Start Voting provided by

Finalist Pitch Prep provided by

Share: