Cercare Medical took part in Philips HealthWorks Breakthrough Day
Eindhoven, Netherlands (December 12th, 2018) – Cercare Medical together with 18 other companies have been selected out of 750 founders and co-founders to take part in a global startup program organized by Philips HealthWorks. The aim of the program was to help exceptional startups working with artificial intelligence to make an impact on global healthcare.
The culmination of the 12-week program was a Breakthrough Day that took place in Eindhoven. 19 companies got the opportunity to pitch their research and groundbreaking solutions for a wider audience. Cercare Medical was represented by one of our co-founders Kim Mouridsen. He has talked about how AI can significantly improve stroke patient management when every minute counts.
You can see our full presentation here.
About Cercare Medical
Cercare Medical is a software company founded in 2013 as a spinout of the CFIN/MINDlab center at Aarhus University Hospital. It builds on 20 years of research by Professor Leif Østergaard and Associate Professor Kim Mouridsen, aiming at accelerating clinical routines by implementing the latest technologies based on scientific research. Cercare Medical continues to have strong ties to both the center and Aarhus University Hospital.
Cercare Medical has developed and patented several innovative technologies that provide rapid and reliable biomarker analysis and decision support based on a wide range of MR and CT data input. The current CE-approved product portfolio consists of modules for the automated assessment of brain capillary function in a wide range of neurological diseases as well as decision support in acute ischemic stroke.
Contact for journalists
Tatiana Karpenko, Cercare Medical