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MedCity INVEST Spotlight: Get Ready for the Canadian Healthcare Startup Showcase

Five companies will take part in the showcase with technologies addressing mental health, care coordination, aging in place, physical therapy and more. Register for INVEST, scheduled for May 22-24, at the Ritz Carlton in Chicago!

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At MedCity INVEST May 22-24 at the Ritz Carlton in Chicago, Canadian healthcare startups will share the spotlight with innovators across health tech, medtech and biopharma.

The Consulate General of Canada in Chicago is currently celebrating the 75th anniversary of its diplomatic presence in the Midwest.

Presented by the Consulate General of Canada, the Canadian healthcare startup showcase will include five companies. Entrepreneurs from each company will pitch their businesses to the audience, in a session moderated by Kelsey Tsai, vice president, The Blue Venture Fund. As the presentations conclude, the audience will be asked to select a winner.

Here’s a look at the companies taking part.

To learn more and to register for INVEST, click here.

Able Innovations’ ALTA Platform automates one of the most labor-intensive tasks in healthcare — patient transfers. Its technology can be harnessed to address staff shortages. At the push of a button, a single frontline worker can transfer a patient.

Careteam Technologies developed a care coordination platform that can support healthy aging, particularly for patients with complex, chronic conditions.

Hyivy Health has created a data-driven pelvic rehabilitation system for women who experience a pelvic health complication. Its system provides a quantifiable data set on the pelvic floor through a device to conduct three different therapies.

OPTT Health is a Software as a Service (SaaS) digital mental health company geared to healthcare organizations. It uses clinically validated digital mental health content and AI capabilities with the goal of increasing care capacity by up to 4 times and lowering costs.

True Angle is a team of health at home experts who are helping patients to get better at home through convenient, accessible biofeedback technology.

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