from Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Venture Acceleration Fund
Grant awarded to further business development of the mobile healthcare technology, SNAP Practice, a workflow efficiency and patient engagement platform.
Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 17, 2013 –- Seamless Medical Systems received a fifty thousand dollar grant for market acceleration of its flagship product, the SNAP® Practice Patient Engagement Platform. The company was one of nine New Mexican businesses given an award from the Venture Acceleration Fund (VAF) of Los Alamos National Security, LLC (LANS), the company that manages and operates Los Alamos National Laboratory for the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Established in 2006, the Venture Acceleration Fund invests in technology commercialization, facilitating businesses in going to market, spurring economic growth in the state. In order to receive funding, Seamless Medical Systems demonstrated its ability to meet a compelling market need, a strategic value and economic potential that can further develop the New Mexico high-tech economy, as well as the commercial potential to stimulate interest by investors.
“We are excited about adding Seamless Medical to our family of venture acceleration fund investments. Their unique platform for patient intake, top-notch team and growth potential make them a compelling addition to our portfolio,” said Belinda Snyder, of Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Technology Transfer Division.
Seamless Medical Systems will devote the funds to further product development and market penetration of SNAP Practice, a medical practice workflow automation and engagement platform.
“The VAF award is a validation of the progress our company has made and a vote of confidence about our future potential,” said founder and CEO David Perez.
About Seamless Medical Systems
Seamless Medical System’s SNAP® Practice Patient Engagement Platform is a cloud-based enterprise solution connecting patients and practice across the care continuum with 3 components:
1. Digital patient data capture integrated with the practice EHR - replacing the waiting room clipboards and paper forms.
2. Health education that is personalized to each patient's demographics and health conditions to improve health literacy and compliance.
3. Communications tools for the practice to engage the patient outside the clinic to improve care plan adherence and customer loyalty.
For more information, please visit www.snappractice.com
Liz Lake, Director, Communications
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