This Puerto Rican Startup Is Paving The Way For The Future Of Healthcare
Now, more than ever, it is time to start considering alternative solutions in order to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to all. Abartys Health is positioning itself to be one of those solutions. Abartys Health is a Puerto Rican healthtech startup that provides insurance companies streamlined processes with providers and patient networks.
Abartys Has the Ability to Become the First Unicorn from Puerto Rico
Since its founding in 2015 by Mendez and co-founder, Lauren Cascio Abartys Health has attracted attention.
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Abartys Health, one of the Parallel 18 participants, aims to lower healthcare costs by helping companies manage and streamline their data. The company hopes to become an island hub for healthcare. Abartys Heath was the winner of a live-pitch competition that was held in March during the SXSW conference in Austin, TX.
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Like the startup Abartys Health — leverage the power of aggregating patient data to create software for insurance companies to better assess risk and understand their clients. Not only is this a smarter, more reliable and more effective way to make the antiquated insurance process all the better, but the convenience in and of itself is enough to get patients, doctors, and insurance companies excited.
Technology Serving Healthcare
Improving health services means, many times, having access to technology, but also connecting the patient, the provider and the insurer. Abartys Health is dedicated to that and today we meet the founder.
Entrepreneurship goes beyond gender
When it comes to gender expectations in business world, “I can’t care” says Lauren Cascio, COO and Cofounder of Abartys Health, a tech startup working toward a globally centralized healthcare.
Chicago companies make their pitch at SXSW Interactive
Release It judges choose the company they deem the most likely to succeed in the marketplace — this year’s winner was Abartys Health, a Puerto Rico-based health tech startup.
"Startup" boricua wins victory in international competition
Puerto Rican startup Abartys Health won the “Release It” product competition award on Friday at the opening day of the multi-faceted SXSW 2017 global conference.
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Abartys Health has created a unified system for the three major components of healthcare – patients, doctors, and insurers; streamlining services, communication, and treatment. Their technology is moving healthcare from the existing disjointed state to a centralized hub.
Abartys Health Crowned Victor of 2017 SXSW Release It
Ten startup teams battled it out for their chance to appear on this year’s list of finalists for SXSW Release It, before Abartys Health emerged as the winner.
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Out of the emerging tech ecosystem in Puerto Rico -- a hub that I’ve been following closely on these pages -- comes Abartys Health, a startup with an idea for fixing US healthcare.
Startup, Abartys Health to be measured at SXSW
The local company, Abartys Health scored another achievement after being chosen among the 10 finalists to participate in the startups competition being held as part of the SXSW multinational event, to be held from 10 to 19 of March in Austin, Texas.
Advances the Country in the path of innovation
One of them was Abartys Health , created by the Puerto Rican Dolmarie Méndez and Lauren Cascio, whose proposal was chosen by the jury of international investors.