mPulse Mobile Featured at SXSW Health Tech Event
athenahealth, Cambia Grove and TMCx are hosting Health Tech Happy Hour during South by Southwest (SXSW). The happy hour showcases mPulse Mobile as well as 11 other early-stage companies that provide innovative healthcare solutions. In addition to the featured companies, the event promises a crowd of entrepreneurs, investors, healthcare professionals and innovators.
“It’s wonderful to be recognized by such important healthcare organizations as athenahealth, Cambia and TMC for our ability to activate more people about their health through our mobile engagement programs. We look forward to sharing how our various solutions benefit healthcare organizations across the board,” said mPulse Mobile CEO Chris Nicholson.
Chris will be at the event to discuss the future of mHealth and how SMS messaging improves health outcomes.
About the Health Tech Happy Hour Organizers:
athenahealth More Disruption Please – The current state of health care demands a massive surge in disruption. That’s why athenahealth created More Disruption Please, an initiative that brings together like-minded innovators, entrepreneurs, companies and investors who share our desire to make health care work as it should through connectivity to disruptive solutions.
Cambia Grove – In 2015, Cambia Health Solutions launched the Cambia Grove, a health care-focused hub where Cascadia’s innovators and entrepreneurs can convene and catalyze new solutions. Cambia Grove offers a shared space for the region’s emerging health care economic cluster, where a host of stakeholders set aside competition in favor of true collaboration toward the shared goals of better health and a more sustainable system. Collectively we are realizing our region’s enormous potential to lead the development of transformative, value-driven solutions for the industry.
TMCx – Located in the TMC Innovation Institute, the program provides startup companies with shared workspace, a curriculum tailored to the needs of health care entrepreneurs and the guidance of over 120 advisors from the front lines of the industry. Companies have access to the world’s largest medical center, all without membership fees or equity sharing.