Interest in Heart I/O Begins to "Elevate"

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Interest in Heart I/O Begins to "Elevate"

Heart I/O, a medical technology start-up in Pittsburgh, has made it into the final round of 3 startup competitions! Join us as we showcase how we're reprogramming cardiovascular health. 

  • McGinnis Venture Competition (Carnegie Mellon University) 
    • March 27, Tepper School of Business in GSIA, Room 322, 1pm
  • Randall Family Big Idea Competition (University of Pittsburgh) 
    • March 29, Charity Randall Theatre
      4301 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, 15213, 4pm
  • Medical Capital Innovation Competition (Cleveland, Ohio)

 

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Pittsburgh based start-up begins to find a rhythm

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Pittsburgh based start-up begins to find a rhythm

Heart I/O, a medical technology start-up in Pittsburgh, has partnered with the Cardiology Consultants of Philadelphia (CCP), America’s largest independent cardiac care practice, to undertake clinical trials and customer discovery. The start-up’s Unique Machine-Aided-Matrix Algorithm (UMMA) will be pitted against three of the world’s top ECG interpreters. The Heart I/O team aims to fill a serious gap in the current healthcare environment; by leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence, they hope to offer affordable and personalized diagnostics that reduce turnaround and increase availability.

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Heart I/O to speak on "Lessons Learned as Medical Device Entrepreneurs"

Heart I/O to speak on "Lessons Learned as Medical Device Entrepreneurs"

Heart I/O will be hosted by 4th River Solutions on November 6th, 2017 in Benedum Hall Room 226 from 5-6PM on Pitt's Campus. Utkars Jain, CEO and Adam Butchy, CSO will speak on the lessons learned in developing a biotechnology company.

What does it really take to turn an idea into a reality? What goes into forming a startup company? How do you get a new medical device onto the market? Come and find out! 

You can RSVP here.

Heart I/O Receives Human Exemption from IRB to Conduct Clinical Trial

Heart I/O Receives Human Exemption from IRB to Conduct Clinical Trial

UMMA (Unique Machine-aided Matrix Algorithm) is the state of the art in classifying cardiac events from just 10 seconds of EKG data. Heart I/O has received clearance to perform analysis, using UMMA, on large amounts of EKG data from de-identified patients. 

Utkars Jain, CEO, says "this is a great step forward to validate what we already know: that UMMA classifies EKGs in ways that are much faster, efficient, and accurate than what is going to be on the market"