This week, mHealthWatch learned that QuiO, a digital healthcare company providing smart injection devices and connected software, has been named the inaugural Innovation Champion of the Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge.
If you’re not familiar, the challenge itself brings together leading-edge startups with prominent health and life sciences organizations to tackle some of the world’s greatest healthcare challenges, including access, affordability and transparency.
The award was announced at the StartUp Health Festival during the 35th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco.
QuiO, based out of New York City, has developed a real-time, wireless injection device and cloud platform for connected drug delivery devices.
“Being named Top Innovator at the Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge is a great success for our team and validation for our medical device product and our company,” said Alexander Dahmani, chief executive officer and founder of QuiO. “The trust of the HealthTech Innovation Challenge judges lets us know we are on the right path to help lead the future of the healthcare industry.”