Pittsburgh Technology Council Recognizes Companies with Innovative and Transformative Technologies
PITTSBURGH, PA (August 23, 2016)– InteloMed, Inc., an emerging leader in non-invasive cardiovascular monitoring and developer of the CVInsight® Patient Monitoring & Informatics System, announced today that the Pittsburgh Technology Council has named it as a Tech 50 Finalist as Innovator of the Year: Life Sciences.
The Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Annual Tech 50 Awards recognize southwestern Pennsylvania’s transformative technology centers of excellence with tech companies at all stages of growth.
“Our mission is to empower clinicians with meaningful and actionable data on the dynamic cardiovascular system,” commented Jill Schiaparelli, President and CEO of InteloMed. “We are honored that the Pittsburgh Technology Council has named InteloMed as a Tech 50 Finalist in Life Sciences, recognizing the impact the CVInsight® System can provide for the large and vulnerable dialysis patient population. In particular, clinicians value the real-time insight it adds to their assessment of individual patient cardiovascular stress.”
For more information on Tech 50 Finalists, visit http://www.pghtech.org/events/tech-50/tech-50-2016-finalists.aspx. For more information on the Pittsburgh Technology Council, visit www.pghtech.org.
InteloMed is redefining the standard of care in patient monitoring and informatics through its CVInsight® Patient Monitoring & Informatics Platform. We believe that non-invasive, easy-to-use, real-time patient monitoring and informatics solutions offer an advanced alternative to invasive approaches, such as implantable devices and catheters, and to less invasive “spot check” approaches such as blood pressure cuffs. The CVInsight® System provides relevant and actionable health information for at-risk patients throughout the care pathway. For more information, visit us at www.InteloMed.com.
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