Acoording to an announcement yesterday afternoon, analytics outfit Stratasan put in a good showing for Nashville at the 2012 Health Datapalooza.
Stratasan was recognized as one of the top three new data applications at this year's Health Datapalooza Apps Demo Competition, part of the Health Data Initiative Forum - Health Datapalooza.
The 2012 Health Datapalooza was hosted by U.S. Federal Government Chief Technology Officer, Todd Park, and the Community Health Data Initiative. The event featured an "American Idol"-style competition in which Stratasan was chosen, along with 16 other companies, from more than 240 applicants, to demonstrate their product on stage. Each product demonstration was then judged by a panel of 70 health and healthcare professionals. The event featured applications and tools targeting consumers and patients, providers and payers, or public health and communities.
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