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2017  Finalist
Enterprise Software + Design

State of Place is a predictive analytics software that quantifies what people love about places - based on over 290 urban design features collected for every block - and why it makes economic sense to make them better. We help cities and developers make the case for great places by literally calculating the ROI of making places more walkable and livable - so they can quell naysayers, get approvals, and secure funding, faster and affordably than hiring consultants.

2017  Finalist
Healthcare IT

Nutrimedy is a novel telehealth platform that transforms disease prevention and management by matching people with expert, personalized, convenient nutritional counseling. There are 130 million chronically ill Americans suffering from diseases like pre-diabetes/diabetes, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders that cost $2.5 trillion per year to treat. Nutritional counseling prevents and effectively manages these chronic conditions. The use of registered dietitians leads to improved outcomes.

2017  Finalist
Healthcare IT + Healthcare

TailorMed is an innovative financial management platform for chronically ill patients. Our mission is to help patients reduce their out-of-pocket costs, and decrease uncompensated care for hospitals.
TailorMed's first application focuses on US Cancer patients.
TailorMed solution provides a personalized projection of a patient's out-of-pocket cost across the entire medical journey and automatically finds cost saving opportunities, based on insurance and treatment optimizations

2017  Finalist
Medical Devices + Healthcare

Chronic leg wounds affect approximately 1 million people in the United States annually. Treatment consists of moist wound care, compression dressing, encouragement of the patient to walk and elevate the wounded leg when sitting. Healing a chronic leg wound is a long process taking six months and requiring 25 to 50 dressing changes. We have built a working prototype wearable device that monitors patient compliance and wound dressing status during the time between dressing changes.

2017  Finalist
Healthcare

Developed from personal experience in the hospital, Resilience engages patients in a therapeutic design process to create custom socks and take their mind out of the hospital. For each pair sold, half of net proceeds is donated back to the patient to help pay for their care or a cause of the patient's choice. Beyond the tangible product, we're motivated by the idea that people have a unique opportunity for growth when at their most vulnerable. We make Socks with Stories.

2017  Finalist
Medical Devices + Healthcare

At NU-RISE we are improving breast and prostate cancer treatments by providing the first in-vivo and real-time dosimeter suitable for interstitial brachytherapy. Currently these treatments are performed without proper validation and monitoring tools. At NU-RISE we want to change this.

We developed an innovative device which biggest feature is the use of a disposable probe so thin that goes inside the patient body allowing real-time treatment monitoring and real-time treamtment correction.

2017  Finalist
Medical Devices + Diagnostics

TOR is a dental device that eases dental treatment while collecting and analyzing big data. Tested in 55+ patients, shows a 10X time reduction in treatment. It uses diagnostic imaging and deep learning to analyse patient’s dental history providing critical information about the general health of the patient, not only of current dental conditions but also about future general pathologies that might affect them in their lifetime.

2017  Finalist
Public Health + Healthcare

The current method of larvicide application to combat mosquito-borne illnesses in water tanks common in South America involves labor intensive distributions that are not efficient against the mosquito. LAD (Larvicide Automatic Dispenser) is an automatic device that safely delivers the optimal concentration of larvicide with minimal human intervention. Using mechanical automation, LAD saves government labor costs and maintains a safe concentration of larvicide in water storage tanks.