Epharmix, a healthcare software that uses SMS and phone-based technology to allow the sickest, toughest patients to stay in touch with their care teams automatically, will receive $50,000 in equity-free funding as the 2016 winner of the Global Impact Award.
Blake Marggraff founded Epharmix, a technology that sends text messages to let doctors check in on their patients outside of office visits.
Part of Skandalaris Center and Sling Health STL’s workshop series.
Engage: A healthcare communication conference for improved patient care
Teams to give final presentations at a celebration of WashU innovation on Nov. 7
Murmuration Festival, a unique event converging art, science, music and tech, runs Sept. 23rd – 25th at the Cortex Innovation Community.
An active member of the St. Louis community, Blake Marggraff advises technology and biotechnology startups, working with founders of all ages and backgrounds to identify and optimize products and pitches.
On Nov. 18, Washington University will host St. Louis’ largest event for early-stage startups. Seventy companies, including 25 founded or supported by Washington University alumni, faculty and students, will take part.
DataDog, Sparo Labs, Epharmix and Blue Line Technology are among 25 WashU startups participating in STL’s largest entrepreneurship & innovation showcase on Nov. 18. Check out their video profiles.