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16 Bit is a Toronto-based company founded by two radiology physicians with backgrounds in computer science and engineering. With a unique combination of medical and technical expertise, 16 Bit focuses on solving the most impactful clinical problems facing medicine today.
20/20 OptimEyes Technologies is a biotechnology spin-out company from McMaster University located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. We are developing a transformative drug delivery platform for ocular diseases normally controlled by eye drops. Using a patent technology formulation, initially targeted for dry eye disease, we are able to change the dosing paradigm from twice daily to once or twice weekly. This will revolutionize treatment for patients, improving their comfort, compliance and clinical outcomes.
A.I. VALI uses proprietary Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) techniques to analyze the data collected from medical images, such as endoscopy video images and tissue biopsies. Our modular A.I. tools empower our clients with accurate, reproducible and affordable platforms at a global level. These platforms have a critical impact in the early detection of cancer in order to provide the best personalized treatment model for each patient.
Able Innovations is developing advanced medical devices to tackle the pressing problem of patient transfer in healthcare. The patient transfer equipment in use today is unsafe, inefficient, and undignified for all parties involved. The complex and physically demanding task of transfer leads to a high rate of injuries for care workers and patients, and drains labour resources, leading to billions of dollars in costs at hospitals throughout North America and beyond. With our technology, we offer a safer, more efficient, and more dignified mode of transfer that save healthcare systems billions of dollars, and create real improvements in the quality of care provision.
AceAge is a healthcare technology company, creating intuitive products to ease the aging process and improve health outcomes. AceAge is the company behind the next innovation in healthcare technology. Its upcoming product is a home health appliance designed to help people take their medication properly. Karie is a personal health companion that organizes, schedules, and dispenses pills with easy one-button control. The CEO of AceAge, Spencer Waugh, created Karie to increase the health and safety of medical patients, and as a way to minimize the negative consequences of missed medications or general failure to adhere to medication directions. The success of medicine is dependent on the patient’s compliance with the medical directions that accompany it, making it an integral part of healthcare. The total direct and indirect costs of nonadherence in the US annually is $290 billion. By making daily medicine routines completely automated, Karie removes the chance of human error. Karie uses common multi-dose pouch packaging that can be pre-set by pharmacists. Doses are scheduled, delivered and monitored for the user. Karie is easy to use, enables greater patient autonomy and ensures better healthcare through a highly coordinated program.
Acorn is a Toronto-based healthcare technology company focused on giving everyone access to the future of cell-based medicine with the world’s first non-invasive, follicle-based cell collection and cryopreservation service. Our services are offered directly to consumers via at-home and in-clinic collections, with availability across Canada through our network of clinic and pharmacy partners. We also offer our cell banking service as a part of employee benefits programs for a growing list of businesses and organizations.
Adapsyn applies proprietary algorithms and artificial intelligence to genomic and metabolomic data from microbes to find novel small molecules for applications in biotechnology and medicine.
ACD/Labs develops and commercialzes informatics solutions for chemical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical R&D.
Allarta Life Science is a pre-clinical life science company developing proprietary cell encapsulation technology to enable global, cell-based cures for chronic endocrine disorders such as Diabetes, Hemophilia and Lysosomal Storage Disorders.
Alpha is a diverse healthcare services company. We improve the craft of health care by continuously discovering better ways to serve those who deliver it. Whether it is our laboratory and diagnostic services, electronic medical record solutions, innovative superbug research or our relentless focus on service, we will do whatever it takes to help our clients deliver better patient care. Together, we are advancing health care for all.
AmacaThera is a Toronto-based biotechnology company focused on transforming therapeutics to make a difference in patient health. Our unique, injectable hydrogel platform provides localized, sustained drug delivery to improve patient outcomes across multiple therapeutic areas. Grounded in the research of world-renowned biomaterials scientist, Dr. Molly Shoichet, AmacaThera is developing products at the intersection of biomaterials and pharmaceuticals.
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ANGLE develops products for use in rare cell diagnostics that enable early, accurate identification of an individual’s condition for the prevention, treatment, and monitoring of disease.
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