Meet Austin Inno's 2021 Fire Awards winners in the health tech category...ClosedLoop.ai has caught the attention of heavy hitters such as Jim Breyer of Breyer Capital, who participated in the Austin funding round. Other investors include Telstra Ventures, Greycroft Ventures and .406 Ventures, among others.
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For its Next Big Things in Tech awards, Fast Company honored 65 companies from an array of industries. Awardees were selected by a team of 14 Fast Company editors and reporters. Here are the top 10 innovative companies in healthcare and the achievements that landed them on Fast Company's list.
As you might guess, health-technology innovations relating to the COVID-19 pandemic are well represented among the winners of Fast Company’s first Next Big Things in Tech awards. But the winners and honorable mentions span a gamut of issues related to medical challenges.
Some of the world’s most intriguing innovations are so new that their full impact is yet to be felt. This is what we’re highlighting in the inaugural edition of Fast Company’s Next Big Things in Tech. The 65 honorees on our list, which includes global giants as well as intrepid startups, often harness research that’s fresh from the labs, applying cutting-edge tech to solve real-world problems in unexpected ways.
“ClosedLoop and Olive are both striving to radically improve healthcare through the use of artificial intelligence,” said Andrew Eye, CEO, ClosedLoop. “Together, ClosedLoop and Olive will propel AI-powered patient health forecasts to clinicians and providers, helping them unlock valuable insights to provide life-saving care for patients.”
Olive announced the launch of The Library, a healthcare solution marketplace that will reduce the burden for early-stage developers as they bring innovative new technology solutions to patients. The library is initially launching with 10 partners, including ClosedLoop.ai.