February 12th, 2014
King of Prussia, PA – September 17, 2013 – HealthQx is one of only 12 startup companies nationwide that will be featured in the “Startup Showcase” at StrataRx 2013, an annual conference representing “the diverse communities that are driving innovation in big data for healthcare.” The 2013 conference will be held at the Boston Marriott Copley Plaza Tuesday, September 25 to Friday, September 27.
StrataRx brings together CEOs, CMOs, CTOs, CIOs, government innovators, researchers, academics, VCs, investors and others – all in search of the answer to one question: how can mountains of healthcare data be analyzed for better outcomes, lower costs and clinical breakthroughs? The event is an East meets West opportunity for technologists across America to share solutions face to face.
HealthQx founder and COO, Bill Conlan, and CEO, Mark McAdoo, will represent the King of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based company at StrataRx.
In commenting on the presentation, Conlan said, “ We are very fortunate to be able to present our company and solutions to the
people who are at the core of the analysis of data to build a better U. S. healthcare system.”
“We are delighted with this response to our company and solutions,” McAdoo added.
The company will present its capabilities and solutions in competition for three prizes on Thursday, September 26.
HealthQx specializes in data analytics and decision support software to bring transparency to the healthcare industry. The company measures healthcare values market-by-market, scoring physicians and hospitals compared to their peers on quality and cost-efficiency – all in an effort to help patients and their physicians find quality care at the most affordable price.
The company’s CareQx Software as a Service (SaaS) solution delivers analyses on quality and cost ratings of physicians and hospitals nationwide…valuable utilization of big healthcare data that can aid providers, payers, employers and the ultimate users of healthcare services – patients – make informed decisions.
Individual investors and Ben Franklin Technology Partners, one of America’s “longest-running technology-based economic development programs,” provided early stage funding for HealthQx.
To learn more, visit www.healthqx.com