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Discover assistive technologies made in Indiana for people with disabilities

Assistive technology is defined as “products, equipment, and systems that enhance learning, working, and daily living for persons with disabilities.” A simple piece of assistive technology can be the dependent factor granting many individuals the ability to work, attend school, and live as independently as possible. Each individual’s needs are unique, so finding the appropriate

Arrhythmotech Wins Innovation of the Year Mira Award

Arrhythmotech, a novel medical device and software platform, received the Innovation of the Year Award during TechPoint’s 18th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. Arrhythmotech’s neuECG(TM) platform is capable of detecting sympathetic nerve signaling (fight-or-flight activity) non-invasively on the skin with greater accuracy than traditional methods. SKNA is a novel continuous

Healthcare CRM hc1.com collecting awards, growth and momentum

When we last wrote about hc1.com a year ago, the leading cloud-based healthcare relationship management software company was focused on explaining the value of healthcare CRM (customer relationship management) in a post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) healthcare marketplace. As the company that literally coined the phrase and invented the first healthcare relationship management platform, it’s a

VIDEO: Health analytics company Springbuk releases wellness study with Fitbit

Health analytics company Springbuk was featured on Inside INdiana Business this weekend to discuss the findings of their corporate wellness study. Titled “Wearable Technology: Unlocking ROI of Workplace Wellness,” Springbuk partnered with Fitbit to evaluate health care claims and wearable device data for a self-insured employers over a three-year period. The Springbuk Health Intelligence platform was

Behind the scenes, Healthx is making healthcare easier for everyone

Health insurance companies and other healthcare payer organizations are going to spend nearly $550 million this year on technologies that help them compete in a changing marketplace — a marketplace that is finally becoming more consumer centric due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and new regulatory requirements. Indianapolis-based software developer Healthx is poised to capture

Perceivant inks milestone deal with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Perceivant has closed a monumental deal with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that will touch nearly 5,000 students and faculty immediately, marking the first time a university has required the use of Perceivant driven courseware for every student. The Indianapolis-based technology firm provides educational tools and health technology platforms to a wide variety