ATLANTA, GA - Radix Health has been selected for the inaugural class of the Forge Founders Forum, a three-month initiative designed to help digital health startups launch a clinical or institutional pilot, connect with enterprise partners, and strengthen investment potential. Forge helps startups solve the most challenging problems in healthcare by connecting founders, clinicians, investors, and mentors.
"Forge is a nonprofit organization that powers Atlanta's healthcare startup community," said Dr. Arash Harzand, Forge Co-Founder and Director of Business Development. "Radix Health's innovative platform is a perfect fit for Forge and we're pleased to be able to accelerate their work."
Participants in the Founders Forum will have access to dedicated resources, including mentors, grants, networking, and demo opportunities. The program will begin in January 2016 and will take place in Atlanta. The Founders Forum will provide participating startups with free access to collaborative workspace and seed funding.
"We're really excited about the ability of Forge to connect us with mentors, healthcare stakeholders, tech industry leaders, and investors from across the country," said Anup Lakare, Co-Founder and CEO of Radix Health. "We were looking for a program that allowed us to remain in Atlanta and leverage the wealth of resources in the area."
Forge helps startups solve the most challenging problems in healthcare by connecting founders, clinicians, investors, and mentors. Forge's partners include the Emory University School of Medicine, the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, Georgia Tech VentureLab, and Edelman. For more information, visit www.forgehealth.org.
About Radix Health:
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Radix Health is a leading provider of technology and data-driven solution to improve patient access. Our suite of products is part of a patent-pending, cloud-based platform that optimizes ambulatory capacity utilization, reduces scheduling cost and transforms patient relationship management. We automate much of the work currently done by agents by intelligently balancing patient characteristics, patient and provider preferences, and appointment availability to balance supply and demand. Our systems support both provider-provider scheduling and patient self-scheduling and optimizes every stage of the appointment life cycle. To learn more, visit www.radixhealth.com.