The Tech Tribune has announced its 2020 Best Tech Startups in Madison, including HealthMyne Inc. on the prestigious annual list for the third year running and citing the HealthMyne® platform and Rapid Precise Metrics (RPM)™ functionality.
The Tech Tribune’s Best Tech Startups series is published each year for every major city and state in the US and for the US as a whole. HealthMyne was named to the Madison list – and also to the statewide Wisconsin list – in both 2018 and 2019.
HealthMyne is an oncology platform that combines quantitative imaging data with clinical information to power clinical workflows. Founded to make a difference for clinicians both in workflow and in results, the software improves patient outcomes, and increases productivity and cost savings.
“Our team is very proud of our innovative platform, which continues to transform multiple clinical workflows by combining quantitative imaging metrics with relevant patient information. It is an honor to be recognized by The Tech Tribune for our work once again,” says Neal Miller, HealthMyne’s Vice President of Marketing. “Our platform continues to evolve to better serve our mission to enable detection of cancer as early as possible and improve the probability of successful treatment and the delivery of consistent, high-quality care.”
Criteria for companies named to The Tech Tribune’s list include revenue potential, leadership team, brand/product traction and competitive landscape. Additionally, in order to qualify, all companies named to the list must be independent (un-acquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old and have received at least one round of funding.
Founded in 2017, The Tech Tribune delivers the latest technology news, in-depth technology articles, and insights on the hottest technology startups all over the world. Its Best Tech Startups series is created in partnership with Crunchbase.
To learn more about HealthMyne visit, healthmyne.com.