Earlier this year, MATTER launched its third class of Momentum, an application-based accelerator for MATTER member companies that offers a structured, cohort-based approach to rapidly scale their business. The eight-week accelerator, sponsored by MDisrupt, systematically stepped through four critical pillars of growth — operations, sales, advisory boards and exit planning — over the past two months. The program was led by serial entrepreneurs and MATTER Venture Acceleration Fellows Pamela York and Jason Smith and provided a robust, multifaceted curriculum from exclusive workshops and tailored, all-cohort programming to two-on-one mentorship.
Join MATTER and our Momentum mentors to hear the six startups of the third class of Momentum present their solutions and celebrate the conclusion of the program.
2:00pm CT | Opening remarks
2:05pm CT | Momentum startup pitches
3:10pm CT | Virtual networking
3:30pm CT | Program concludes
Junum — New Orleans, Louisiana
Junum helps hospitals understand and address malnutrition so that they can maximize the value of their clinical teams, drive revenue and deliver exceptional patient care. A women-founded company, Junum is the first to bridge technology and nutrition by using health informatics as a technology solution. Their intuitive tools operate within existing electronic health record workflows, giving clinicians easy access to the nutrition insights they need to drive improved outcomes.
LIVEMED Telehealth® — Chicago, Illinois
LIVEMED Telehealth is at the forefront of medicine. They are a cutting-edge, virtual healthcare solutions company that is revolutionizing the way medical care is delivered. Their team is composed of highly vetted board-certified physicians and healthcare technology experts and equipped with state-of-the-art virtual technology, allowing them to provide virtual ICU, hospitalist and multi-specialty physician coverage, as well as virtual nurse practitioners. They are dedicated to using advanced technology to improve the quality of healthcare and make it more accessible.
Mediwhale — Seoul, South Korea
Mediwhale is an AI-empowered health diagnostics company that uses non-invasive retina scans to help prevent heart and kidney diseases. Their solutions use deep learning algorithms to detect disease risks even before symptoms appear. Mediwhale has been dedicated to making preventive care more affordable, accessible, safe and convenient since being founded in 2016.
MyndYou — Tel Aviv, Israel
MyndYou is the only technology in healthcare to combine advanced conversational AI and voice analytics to detect changes in patients’ health through not only what they say but how they say it. This allows organizations to monitor health for entire populations with the simplicity of a phone call. A patent-pending, AI voicebot, MyEleanor is trained to have clinical conversations with patients with the feel and accuracy of a human.
RxE2 — Fargo, North Dakota
RxE2 is the first company to incorporate the practice of pharmacy in clinical trials through its AI-enabled technology, allowing community pharmacists real-time access and support to participate and deliver results in clinical trials. RxE2 has over 3,000 community pharmacies on its platform and offers recruitment, counseling and dispensing services.
SEECURE — Miami Beach, Florida
SEECURE is an AI-enabled, virtual healthcare platform that can be used by health systems and provider groups for managing their patients’ acute and chronic conditions. Their platform provides automatic provider note generation and an enhanced patient wellness experience via intelligent interactive chatbots. SEECURE is a force multiplier for physician care.