Founder of Smart Clinic and Arizona Digestive Health, Dr. Paul Berggreen continues to advance the Arizona MedTech community Phoenix, AZ – In another win for Arizona Medtech startups, the founder of Smart Clinic and Arizona Digestive Health, Paul Berggreen, MD, has been named one of the “Top Healthcare Entrepreneurs to Know” by Becker’s. “It’s a great honor to have Becker’s … Read More
Phoenix, AZ: Smart Clinic, one of the most promising new mobile health (mHealth) technology companies, announces the signing of Cary Gastroenterology Associates, the latest medical clinic to employ Smart Clinic’s HIPPA-compliant, web-based patient engagement platform. Cary Gastroenterology is a leading private GI practice in North Carolina, and the oldest in the Cary region, consisting of seven physicians who are board-certified in … Read More
A panel of judges consisting of business and funding experts, selected Smart Clinic as one of the winners of the 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC), and one of the most promising new mHealth companies in the Valley.
Smart Clinic beat out 48 other hopefuls to advance to the 2016 Venture Madness finals, and compete for their share of the $100,000 in cash prizes.
We are thrilled to have made it to the semifinalist round of the 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge! Announced earlier this week, the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) has selected Smart Clinic as one of 25 semifinalists in the bi-annual business plan competition for promising early-stage companies in high-growth industries.
Brennan Spiegel, MD, MHSH, director of health services research at Cedar Sinai Health System, discusses “How Information Technology Will Transform Gastroenterology,” his American Journal of Gastroenterology Lecture to the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.
We are very proud Smart Clinic was featured during Dr. Brennan Spiegel’s lecture, “How Information Technology Will Transform Gastroenterology,” at this year’s American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Today’s mHealth Technologies are positioned to become powerful forces for collaboration between healthcare providers and patients; but how do healthcare providers invite patients to engage in creating better health outcomes for themselves in a more significant way?
Nearly 60 percent of your patients would use a health-related app and believe it would help them better manage their health in partnership with their physicians, according to Dr. Zia’s research recently published in Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology.
As healthcare organizations become more focused on exceeding quality of care metrics, many are turning to mHealth solutions like mobile apps to help both patients and staff to reach quality goals and save lives.
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