Meet the newest members of the MATTER startup community
In the first quarter of 2022, 13 startups joined the MATTER community. MATTER’s newest startups are located across three countries and six U.S. states and are bringing digital health and medical device innovations to sectors across the healthcare ecosystem — from women’s health to aging.
Meet the startups
AppEase — Green Bay, Wisconsin
AppEase automatically transfers electronic medical records between medical providers and insurance companies for underwriting life, health insurance applications and claims processing.
Estrigenix Therapeutics — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Estrigenix Therapeutics aims to dramatically improve women’s health by developing safe, clinically proven treatments for the mental and physical effects of menopause, enabling and empowering women to live happier and healthier lives.
FlexTogether — Dana Point, California
FlexTogether enhances the physical recovery following an acute health episode for older adults. The online program provides friendly health coaching, accessible health education and joyous exercises tailored to the older adult’s stage of recovery. FlexTogether empowers people to be proactive in their self-care and thereby generates cost savings for hospitals and physician groups in value-based, bundled payments.
Hyivy Health — Kitchener, Canada
Created by and designed for patients, Hyivy’s mission is to provide a three-in-one pelvic rehabilitation system connecting patients and clinicians to improve the pelvic health journey. Their connected, smart pelvic rehab system provides a device, an app and clinician software creating real-time information to give patients the most comfortable and informed experience through their pelvic health recovery.
Longlive — London, United Kingdom
Longlive is a holistic solution that empowers older adults to live longer and happier lives by providing them with vital health data, disease management tips and lifestyle coaching. Longlive provides personalized expert advice and tools for caregivers and family members based on eight vital health data points that the patient’s smartwatch collects.
Mate Fertility — Los Angeles, California
The Mate Fertility mission is simple: create affordable, accessible and consistent fertility care throughout the United States. They find “fertility deserts” and upskill their partner providers, under the supervision of a board of reproductive endocrinologist experts, to provide greater access to affordable fertility care while providing a best-in-class patient experience.
My Health Intel — Dallas, Texas
My Health Intel’s mission is to work toward building a healthier community, and they believe the heart of healthcare is service to others. They have developed a cutting-edge population health solution, leveraging advanced analytics, technology and artificial intelligence, that will be provided to their clients with graceful care.
Optio3 — Seattle, Washington
Optio3™ is a cloud-based software that gives enterprises complete visibility of all the connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices and systems across facilities on a single screen. They have access to detailed information for each device: its description, attributes, status, configuration, health and much more. Optio3 provides comprehensive and intuitive reporting and analytics to make their data actionable.
Pack Health — Birmingham, Alabama
Pack Health is an evidence-based patient engagement platform that changes health behaviors to close gaps in care and improve outcomes. Pack Health comprehensively addresses chronic conditions, comorbidities, social determinants of health and barriers to health. The model is proven to drive results across industries, including life sciences, health systems, health plans and research.
RhythmScience — San Francisco, California
Rhythm360 from RhythmScience is a cloud-based software and services platform that simplifies follow-up of remote cardiac devices and management of patients with complex chronic conditions. Built-in compliance and analytics tools ensure no transmissions are missed and all services are appropriately billed. Optional staff extension services offer turnkey report reading, compliance management and patient coaching.
Sensoreal — Montreal, Canada
Using their robust, yet easily modifiable microfluidics system, Sensoreal is developing affordable, rapid and quantitative diagnostic solutions with a multitude of market applications. Through the use of passive capillary action, Sensoreal’s diagnostic devices are able to provide lab-grade precision with minimal hands-on time required.
Snippa — Annapolis, Maryland
Snippa provides access to accurate diagnosis and on-demand, high-quality care for women’s pelvic health conditions, from acute to recurrent UTIs, STIs, overactive bladders, incontinence and female sexual dysfunction. Snippa has incorporated advanced PCR technology in kits which will be available on shelves, as well as by mail-order, that can accurately detect minute quantities of urinary and vaginal bacteria in samples collected in patients’ own homes.
ViewsIQ — Vancouver, Canada
As a first step to digitizing the field of pathology, ViewsIQ has developed and commercialized a proprietary software platform called Panoptiq™ that enables one to digitize samples microscopically without disrupting the laboratory’s existing workflow. ViewsIQ complements these advantages with image analysis and AI-driven technologies in multiple disease areas.
At MATTER, we believe collaboration is the best way to improve healthcare. The MATTER collaborative includes more than 700 current and alumni startups from around the world, working together with dozens of hospitals and health systems, universities and industry-leading companies to build the future of healthcare. Together we are accelerating innovation, advancing care and improving lives. For more information, visit matter.health and follow @MATTERhealth.