"CAPTUREPROOF IS AN INNOVATIVE START-UP RECOGNIZED FOR IMPACTING THE ABILITY TO IMPROVE HEALTHCARE DIGITAL COMMUNICATION AROUND THE WORLD."
Accenture HealthTech Innovation Challenge 2017 - Top Innovator
The HealthTech Innovation Challenge is part of Accenture’s broader HealthTech Innovation program—which will also include acceleration & venture opportunities, innovation labs and more. This program will support innovative technologies and drive creative solutions to improve the way people access and manage healthcare.
CaptureProof was selected in the top three, as a Top Innovator, out of over 500 startups from around the world that demonstrated how their innovative technology and business models help improve the way people access and manage healthcare.
SINGULARITY UNIVERSITY GLOBAL SUMMIT 2016 - WINNER IN HEALTH
At Singularity University, we believe that leveraging the convergence of exponential technologies will advance us along the path to solving our Global Grand Challenges (GGCs) and will shift humanity from an era of scarcity to one of abundance.
That’s why we’re putting the world’s most promising social impact tech companies in the SU spotlight. We’ve teamed up with development organizations and companies like the United Nations Office of Information and Communications Technology, charity: water, American Red Cross, SAP, Genentech, HCL, and many others to evaluate the potential human and economic impact of this year’s GGC Award applicants, and to offer connections, opportunities, resources, and recognition to their projects.
The companies featured here are capable of positively impacting humanity on a global scale through the use of exponential technology.
"Startup to Watch" CES 2015
CaptureProof was named one of 2 "Startups to Watch" from over 500 startups in Eureka Park at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Eureka Park is the flagship startup destination at CES, with the latest ideas and innovations from more than 20 countries featuring entrepreneurs and home-grown innovation from fledgling prototypes to progressing startups, spanning the entire consumer technology spectrum. As a result of winning this exciting accolade, CaptureProof was featured on an interactive panel. A recap of the converasation was released in Xconomy titled, "Startup to Watch at CES: A Chat with Captureproof’s CEO Meghan Conroy".
"Most Disruptive" MEDy Award 2014
CaptureProof was honored to receive the “Most Disruptive” Medical Entrepreneurship & Disruption (MEDy) Award. The MEDy Awards recognizes companies that are “generating disruptive solutions” and “driving innovation in the medical field”. Singularity University provides educational programs, innovative partnerships, and startup accelerators to "educate, inspire and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges." Singularity University’s, Exponential Medicine brought together over 400 of the top leaders in healthcare and medicine to showcase and discuss breakthrough technologies for today, and the future. CaptureProof presented its exponential technology on the main stage to these key physicians, innovators, executives, and investors.
Winner of the UHC Start-Up Challenge™ 2014
CaptureProof was the winner of the Start-Up Challenge™: Innovation Delivered at the UHC Annual Conference 2014: “Revolution”. The 5 finalists presented to the members of the UHC. To determine the winner, members casted votes for the innovation they would most like to see implemented within their organizations during the next 12 months. CaptureProof secured the win as the “Most Innovative” and a $10,000 grant from UHC and AVIA. UHC is an alliance of the nation's leading non-profit academic medical centers offering performance improvement, comparative data and analytics, supply chain management, strategic research, and public policy. AVIA is a provider-led innovation accelerator built to address healthcare’s most pressing challenges by working directly with provider organizations to identify and implement the best emerging tech-enabled solutions.
AHA Innovation Award 2014
CaptureProof was recognized for its potential to impact medical communication in cardiology in the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Open Innovation Challenge. All proceeds from the award have gone towards funding a year long clinical trial at University of North Carolina Medical Center Cardiology Department, investigating the impact of CaptureProof as a communication platform between physicians in the cath lab and the impact of seeing an image of the disease burden on behavioral change.
SXSW Venture2Venture 2013
Hosted by the world-renowned South by Southwest (SXSW), Venture2Venture, in Las Vegas, spotlighted CaptureProof as a startup leader in mobile Health. Selected from over 200 companies and judged on key criterias of creativity, potential, impactfulness, team culture, and functionality, CaptureProof was selected as a finalist in Health Technology by showcasing our solution to create much needed efficiency in healthcare, allowing patients to accurately show their symptoms over time and physicians the ability to treat from anywhere reducing in-person office visits.
TechStars Chicago 2013
CaptureProof was selected from a pool of over 900 applicants to be one of the 10 startups invited to the prestigious TechStars, a mentorship-driven technology accelerator in Chicago during summer of 2013. The three-month program concluded with a Demo Day at which CaptureProof took the stage at the House of Blues Chicago to pitch our vision for the future of healthcare to over 500 investors.
Morgenthaler Health 2.0 2012
Launched by Morgenthaler Ventures to showcase the most promising health IT startups, the DC to VC contest awards the top Health IT startups looking for Seed and Series A funding. In 2012, CaptureProof was a special candidate as it was not entered by an accelerator but was the judges’ choice for the most promising new seed stage company. CaptureProof presented in front of leading venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and angel investors at the annual Health 2.0 conference.
Noninvasive assessment of liver steatosis in deceased donors: A pilot study
JOURNAL OF LIVER TRANSPLANTATION DECEMBER 2016
Manuela Cesaretti, Nicolas Poté, Francois Cauchy, Federica Dondero, Safi Dokmak, Ailton Sepulveda, Anne Sophie Schneck, Claire Francoz, Francois Durand, Valerie Paradis and Olivier Soubrane PARIS, FRANCE
Outpatient Smartphone Videos for Classifying Epileptic and Nonepileptic Seizures
PRESENTED AT AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY MEETING 2017
William O. Tatum DO1, Larry Hirsch MD2, Robert Duckrow MD2, David Chen MD3, Michael Gelfand MD PhD4, Curt LaFrance MD5, Andrew Blum MD5, John Hixson MD6, Joe Drazkowski MD1, Selim Benbadis MD7, Diego Carvalho MD1, Alfonso Lopez MD1, Erin Okazaki MD1, Iris Marin Collazo MD1, Ashish Ranpura MD2, Scott Yuan MD2, Jon Kleen MD6, Erin Coonan8, Gregory Cascino MD1
Departments of Neurology: 1Mayo Clinic, 2Yale University, 3Baylor University, 4University of Pennsylvania, 5Brown University, 6University of California San Francisco, 7University of South Florida, 8Boston College
Outpatient Smartphone Videos in Epilepsy (OSmartViE): Initial Results of Video Quality
POSTER PRESENTED AT AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY MEETING DEC 2017
Erin E. Coonan1, Lawrence J. Hirsch MD2, Robert B. Duckrow MD2, David Chen MD3, Michael Gelfand MD PhD4, Andrew Blum MD5, John Hixson MD6, William LaFrance MD5, Joseph Drazkowski MD1, Selim Benbadis MD7, Gregory Cascino MD1, William O. Tatum DO1
Departments of Neurology: 1Mayo Clinic, 2Yale University, 3Baylor University, 4University of Pennsylvania, 5Brown University, 6University of California San Francisco, 7University of South Florida
Noninvasive assessment of liver steatosis in deceased donors: a pilot study
POSTER PRESENTED AT 13éme Congrès Francophone de Chirurgie Digestive et Hépato-Bilio-Pancréatique 13th Congress of Digestive Surgery and Hepato Pancreatic Bilio
Manuela Cesaretti1 2, Nicolas Poté3, Francois Cauchy1, Federica Dondero1, Safi Dokmak1, Ailton Sepulveda1, Anne Sophie Schneck1, Claire Francoz4, Francois Durand4, Valerie Paradis3, Olivier Soubrane1
1Beaujon Hospital, Department: HPB Surgery and Liver Transplantation; 2Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia; 3Hôpital Beaujon, Department: Pathology; 4Beaujon Hospital, Hepatology and Liver Intensive Care.
Outpatient Smartphone Videos in Epilepsy (OSmartViE): Initial Results
POSTER PRESENTED AT AMERICAN EPILEPSY SOCIETY DEC 2016
William O. Tatum DO1, Larry Hirsch MD2, Robert Duckrow MD2, David Chen MD3, Michael Gelfand MD PhD4, Curt LaFrance MD5, Andrew Blum MD5, John Hixson MD6, Joe Drazkowski MD1, Selim Benbadis MD7, Diego Carvalho MD1, Alfonso Lopez MD1, Erin Okazaki MD1, Iris Marin Collazo MD1, Ashish Ranpura MD2, Scott Yuan MD2, Jon Kleen MD6, Erin Coonan8, Gregory Cascino MD1 Departments of Neurology: 1Mayo Clinic, 2Yale University, 3Baylor University, 4University of Pennsylvania, 5Brown University, 6University of California San Francisco, 7University of South Florida, 8Boston College
TESTING feasibility and utility of remote data capture technology to assess parkinson’s disease
POSTER PRESENTED AT INTERNATIONAL PARKINSON AND MOVEMENT DISORDER SOCIETY BERLIN, GERMANY JUNE 2016
CLAIRE HENCHCLIFFE, MD DPhil, cornell medical center, new york, ny
REMOTE ASYNCHRONOUS TELEREHABILITATION FOLLOWING TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY
JOURNAL OF TELEMEDICINE TELECARE MARCH 2016
STEFANO BINI, MD, KAISER PERMANENTE, OAKLAND, CA
Use of Smartphone Application for Management of Postoperative Wound Complications
Krzysztof B. Siemionow, MD, UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS CHICAGO, CHICAGO, IL
BENEFITS OF MEDICAL MEDIA IN PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY
AWARDED “ORAL PRESENTATION” AT AAN POSTER SESSION APRIL 2013
FARHARD SAHEBKAR-MOGHADDAM, MD, SUTTER MEDICAL CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Harley Morgan, MD
Asst. Professor Clinical Pediatrics
Stefano Bini, MD
Professor of Clinical Orthopaedics
UCSF, San Francisco, CA
Sidney Smith, MD
UNC Medical Center
Prashant Kaul, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
UNC Medical Center
John Hefferon, MD
Co-Medical Director & Chairman
Center for Orthopedics