Meet the 10 Finalists to Pitch LIVE at Traction 2016!

On a hunt for the most promising health tech startups? Look no further than Traction: Health 2.0’s Startup Pitch Competition. Ten finalists will pitch their tech live, and face off in just under one month, for the title of “2016’s Most Fundable Startup.”

Kicking off Health 2.0’s 10th Annual Fall Conference on Monday September 26th, Traction will feature companies ready to raise a Series A round of $2-$15M, in two tracks; Consumer Facing and Professional Facing technologies. Our group of expert mentors will be working with the ten finalists to improve their pitches in the time between today and the event. Judges will then decide on-site which company has the greatest potential to grow and secure funding in the next year. Get your “Conference Admission + Traction” ticket today to see ten of the most promising startups compete for funding in front of leading venture capitalists including  New Atlantic Ventures, Lemhi Ventures, and many more.

This Year’s Finalists Include:

Professional Facing:

Biome’s suite of applications are algorithmically based tools that focus on the clinical and financial drivers with the greatest impact on outcomes to help clinicians make the best decisions.

HeartGenetics has created the HEARTDECODE® reporting system, allowing genetic tests providers to perform comprehensive, simpler reports, supporting accurate diagnosis, prognosis, risk stratification and drug prescription.

Kermit’s cloud based analytics platform digitizes vendor bill sheets, identify trends and root issues, and unlocks savings opportunities to control PPI (physician preference items) Spend for hospitals.

Moving Analytics helps cardiac centers improve the utilization of their Cardiac Rehab, remote heart failure and COPD programs by augmenting it with a home-based program delivered through patient’s’ mobile devices.

Stroll Inc. provides a tablet-based tool for PCPs to share the information about upcoming treatment options, such as location, negotiated rates and actual cost based on individual deductible status and home location in real time.

Consumer Facing:

Advanced Telesensors has created a non-contact cardiac and respiration sensor with motion and noise tolerance that can monitor vital signs from over 3 Meters away.

Copilots In Care’s web application guide’s patients and their families through their end-of-life care process, helping them reflect on their medical goals through questions and educational materials, sharing the patients’ responses with their provider, and followed with in-person support facilitating discussion.

Inteliclinic’s “Neuroon,” a revolutionary wearable mask, uses Bright Light Therapy to help people sleep better and fight circadian rhythm disorders such as jet lag and insomnia.

UnaliWear’s Kanega watch uses a speech based interface to provide discreet support for falls, medication reminders, and “guide-me-home” assistance, eliminating the need for ugly and hard to use screens.

VaGenie has created a device and coaching system for Kegel fitness and tracking that uses biofeedback to help strengthen the pelvic floor, strengthening the core, restoring feminine control, and building confidence.

Join an audience of over 2,000 professionals, innovators, venture capitalists, and thought-leaders who are driving the digital health revolution at Health 2.0’s 10th Annual Fall Conference in Santa Clara, CA on September 25th – 28th. With over 200 live product demos, over 100 thought leaders and 10 new company launches, Health 2.0 annually convenes the leading conference linking health care with new digital technologies. We can’t wait to see what this year will bring!

Learn more about the agenda here and register to attend.


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