July 23, 2020
This week MassChallenge HealthTech named the winners of its 2020 program winners. The list included; Walk with Path, a wearable device designed to help individuals with irregular gait; virtual rehab service Moving Analytics; and MedFlyt, a home health agency focused app.
In January the health tech accelerator named its class of 2020, which included 27 companies from all over the global.
December 18, 2019
This morning accelerator MassChallenge HealthTech named its class of 2020, which includes 27 startups from all over the world. This year’s list of companies includes everything from a VR-enabled digital therapeutic to care coordination products.
Startups that made this year’s cohort will have access to co-working office space and a tailored curriculum that connects startups to advisors,...
April 6, 2017
While it’s not uncommon for patients at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center to have had a heart attack or cardiac procedure, few participate in rehabilitation programs after. But give them a smartphone-based rehab program, and they seem to take to it, suggests a small study of Veterans.
Using the home-based virtual rehab program from Moving Analytics over a period of 12 weeks, 23 Veterans...
June 2, 2016
Marina Del Rey, California-based Moving Analytics has raised $1.1 million in a round led by Launchpad Digital Health, an accelerator where the startup is currently enrolled, with additional contributions from HealthX Ventures. Moving Analytics makes an app and web portal for post-discharge patient follow-up and rehabilitation.
“A total of 2.5 million patients in the US don’t receive adequate...
February 5, 2016
The NYU Langone Medical Center’s Rusk Rehabilitation facility is embarking on a new clinical trial testing the effect of a mobile app on cardiac rehabilitation beyond three months. The 100-patient trial will test the MOVN app from Marina Del Rey, California-based Moving Analytics.
“We are just interested in knowing what happens when people leave the door, after they finish the program,” Michelle...
January 27, 2016
Texas Medical Center’s Innovation Institute has accepted 13 companies into its four month health accelerator program, called TMCx.
The accelerator plans to run two programs this year, it’s second year in operation. The first, which will run from January to June, TMCx is focusing on digital health companies. The second, which will run from July to December, will focus on medical device companies...