The report lists Kanteron Systems as one of the 12 leading companies in Healthcare’s Emerging Business Models.
ITMS Chile, the largest international telemedicine network in South America, has chosen Kanteron Systems as their new platform to handle thousands of studies per day of medical imaging, reporting, and collaboration.
In its tenth year, Silicon Valley Comes to the UK (‘SVC2UK’) has invited 50 UK high-growth technology companies to join the 2016 ‘Scale Up Club’. One of those companies is Kanteron Systems.
Tech Tour, a platform for Innovative Investors, hi-tech Entrepreneurs (from early to late stage), Corporates and Government Influencers, committed to the development of emerging technology companies from Europe, has selected Kanteron Systems among the most promising emerging digital health companies in Europe. The selection was be based on Business potential, Team experience, Product / Technology merit, and Competitive position.
Taking place October 25 in Las Naves, Valencia (Spain), the Digital Health Venture Forum, organized by Tech Tour, will bring together the most promising emerging digital health companies (like Kanteron Systems), investors (from organisations like Philips, Teijin Pharma, Kreos Capital, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, etc), and institutions (like Health 2.
Kanteron Systems has been recognized as the leader in Precision Medicine, and awarded the 2016 Precision Medicine Impact Challenge Award by The California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), in collaboration with Singularity University (SU).
The Precision Medicine Impact Challenge was announced by Atul Butte, MD, PhD, director of the UCSF Institute for Computational Health Sciences, and Elizabeth Baca, MD, MPA, from the Governor’s OPR at the Precision Public Health summit hosted by UCSF in June 2016, convened by the White House and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The European Commission, through Startup Europe, has selected Kanteron Systems amongst the top 18 European scaleups (from Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain, and the UK) to represent the European Union in Silicon Valley as the “next EU unicorn”.
The Startup Europe initiative brings together EU policy makers (commissioners, prime ministers), the best of the new EU Scaleups and corporations to meet Silicon Valley stakeholders.