May 29, 2020
Meet the newest additions to the MATTER startup community
The newest startups at MATTER are simplifying virtual team collaboration, keeping children safe while they’re sleeping and helping stroke survivors rehabilitate in their own home. Take a minute to meet them and see the heroic change in healthcare happening today.
AIQ Solutions — Madison, Wisconsin
AIQ Solutions has developed a medical software technology platform, driven by artificial intelligence, to improve treatment response in patients with complex diseases. AIQ’s technology uses data from PET, CT and other types of scans to provide oncologists, radiologists and researchers with the information they need to better treat their patients. This technology allows researchers to better understand disease and help clinicians to more effectively manage their patients, ultimately improving patient outcomes and reducing healthcare system costs.
Operatory Media — Wheaton, Illinois
Operatory Media produces OperatoryTV, a visual relaxation therapy channel for dental practices, oncology treatment centers and other medical facilities. OperatoryTV blends environmental theory, proven therapeutic processes and technology to relax patients receiving treatments. This creates a differentiated patient experience to help produce higher satisfaction, loyalty and patient lifetime value. During COVID-19, Operatory Media is giving OperatoryTV for free on one television per practice.
SymGym — Chicago, Illinois
SymGym is a telehealth, exergaming system that enables long-term, at-home rehabilitation for chronic stroke survivors. SymGym uses individual limb resistance for targeted exercise based on pathology and provides clinical metrics to aid in documentation and treatment.
Veritycare Management — Naperville, Illinois
Veritycare Management s a medical risk management company focused on improving the performance of employer-sponsored health benefits and worker’s compensation insurance plans. Vertiycare Management’s medical management solution uses a value-based care approach to better patient outcomes and lower healthcare costs.
COVID-19 Scholarship Recipients
Together with mHUB and 1871, MATTER has raised $1.55M in funding for Chicago Proactive Response (CPR) COVID-19, a collaborative initiative to develop and accelerate technologies to fight COVID-19. A portion of these funds — which come through a $1M grant from the Searle Funds at the Chicago Community Trust, along with additional support from the Walder Foundation and Bank of America — are being used to provide support to new members. The following companies are recipients of this scholarship.
Epihealth — Hackettstown, New Jersey
Epihealth is simplifying care coordination through telehealth and specialty workflows. The Epihealth platform aids in simplifying and centralizing virtual team collaboration, care coordination and telehealth.
ezClinic — Chicago, Illinois
ezClinic has developed an all inclusive telehealth integration platform and viewing system. The ezClinic platform has completely customizable, user-friendly options to benefit hospitals that are utilizing eICU, remote monitoring and telemedicine. Their HIPPA compliant, telemedicine platform is available for free during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gabi SmartCare— Brussels, Belgium
Gabi SmartCare (GSC) has developed predictive at-home monitoring solutions for early diagnosis and daily management of chronic respiratory diseases in infants. GSC’s technology combines remote medical monitoring and predictive digital analytics to alert parents in case of danger while their child is sleeping, as well as providing physicians with the data to enable reliable diagnosis, improve treatment efficiency and anticipate complications.
Upfront Healthcare — Chicago, Illinois
Upfront Healthcare’s automates and delivers personalized dynamic digital care navigation to improve patient experience, reduce waste and increase operational efficiency. Upfront’s patient navigation platform combines advanced analytics, personalized patient content and outreach to provide all patients with a one on one throughout the necessary care.
Want to learn more about MATTER startup members? See how Senito Solutions is addressing the mental health crisis during COVID-19 here.