SEATTLE, Wash. – Enabled Healthcare, a health care solution keeping patients with complex needs on Medicare and Medicaid healthy and at home through telemedicine, vitals monitoring and care coordination, was one of four startups to be awarded a grant of $50,000 from Village Capital’s ADAPT program, supported by the Metlife Foundation. ADAPT: Social Innovation for a More Resilient Future in the United States is a new accelerator program started this year to support the innovation and development of solutions for key issues related to climate change, health care and wellness, and economic mobility. “We had an amazing experience learning and growing from the advice and feedback of the founders in our cohort, each doing amazing work,” said Bethany Doran, MD/MPH, founder and CEO of Enabled Healthcare. “We will use the non-dilutive funding to expand health care into remote areas and continue to build a model for tech enabled high quality healthcare.” Enabled Healthcare provides the equipment necessary for patients to take advantage of telemedicine and home vitals monitoring services. It also pairs patients with a provider to monitor their health and vitals and are there to help manage any health concerns immediately.
Source: HME News