Meet the newest members joining the MATTER startup community

The newest startups at MATTER are improving performance management, developing custom COVID-19 protocols and helping new moms take control of their mental health. Take a minute to meet them.

Advanced Interactive Response Systems — Newaygo, Michigan

Advanced Interactive Response Systems (AIRS) is an FDA-registered respiratory provider of oxygen safety and oxygen delivery data collection. AIRS provides several oxygen delivery system products including oxygen tanks, bulk, liquid and home concentrators and portable oxygen systems. AIRS’ upcoming product, the Oxygen Flow Monitor, will be able to track the oxygen flow, pulse, SPO2 and tank status both locally and remotely. The data tracked will be sent to their app for further analysis.

Amphorica by Casesense Technologies — Petah Tikvah, Israel

Amphorica is an AI-powered cloud automation platform for healthcare logistics that allows care providers and pharmaceutical companies to lower costs, improve services and provide an overall better patient experience for both clinic and home-based healthcare. The platform enhances data visibility, improves service quality and promotes intelligent decision insights.

Augmented Intelligence — Chicago, Illinois

Augmented Intelligence is an AI software technology company that creates products for health and social services organizations to empower staff, improve performance management and drive compliance by putting narrative data to use. By using artificial intelligence, Augmented Intelligence’s software allows caseworkers to maximize positive outcomes for their clients.

Capsule — Schaumburg, Illinois

Capsule is a digital pharmacy offering free, same-day prescription delivery to your home or office. The Capsule platform allows for patients to order their prescriptions from their home and speak directly with a pharmacist if any questions or concerns arise.

CareSignal — St. Louis, Missouri

CareSignal, previously Epharmix, creates evidence-based, condition-specific remote patient engagement programs to support more than two dozen chronic and behavioral health conditions for rising-risk patients. Through their platform, CareSignal Deviceless RPM, patients can respond to automated texts and phone calls from their care managers in real time — both improving patient outcome and reducing overall workload.

Co-operative Health — Schaumburg, Illinois

Co-operative Health provides team based, coordinated primary care, supported by technology and data for vulnerable and elderly populations. Healthcare delivery is fragmented and uncoordinated, often leaving patients acting as their own health concierge. Co-operative Health will solve this problem through our value-based care delivery model. We will be able to provide coordinated care to high risk population. By focusing on preventive care, Co-operative Health will address the “Triple Aim” of healthcare.

E.B. Mobility Holdings — Somerville, Massachusetts

E.B. Mobility Holdings is an invention holding company that uses an evidence based approach to product development — combining clinical expertise and the realities of consumer requirements to deliver against determined unmet needs. E.B.’s mobility products are designed to maximize independence and limit caregiver support across all levels of utility, helping deliver on consumers’ primary focus: to maintain as much autonomy as possible.

Vaheala — New York, New York

Vaheala combines coronavirus testing, symptom and risk tracking, and contact tracing technologies to drive custom protocols so that employees and employers know who is safe to work onsite and who should stay home. The Vaheala platform reduces the chance of a COVD-19 outbreak in the workplace by 60 percent.


The Healthy Mom and Baby Competition, an initiative of Parkview Health, MATTER, Management Performance Hub and the Indiana Chapter of HIMSS, invited innovators to submit ideas and solutions that address the needs of women during pregnancy and their babies after birth. The following companies are the finalist teams who will be moving onto the final stage of the competition — granting each company a one-year membership to MATTER.

● Advanced Medical Simulation Lab at Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation — Fort Wayne, Indiana
● Candlelit Therapy, Inc. — New York, New York
● Fetal Life — Prospect, Kentucky
● Purdue University — West Lafayette, Indiana
● TheraB Medical, Inc. — East Lansing, Michigan

Learn more about the finalists here.

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