ResultCare, Inc. won second place at the Silicon Valley Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (SVIEF) Star Startup Competition on January 7, 2018.
The competition was featured during the first ever SVIEF AI+ Talk held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, where leaders from Google Brain, Intel Capital, and Baidu Research convened to speak on topics including IoT & Smart Homes, Smart Mobility, Health Tech, and Careers in the Era of AI.
“We see medicine as a global practice,” said Arman Jahangiri, co-founder and CEO of ResultCare. “Physicians need to provide the latest evidence-based practices for their patients and be able to collaborate with one another across the world from Shenzhen to San Francisco.”
SVIEF, one of the leading platforms for exchanging talent, technology, and capital between the United States and the Asia-Pacific region, has held the Star Startup Competition quarterly for 7 consecutive years to help startups build meaningful connections with domestic as well as international investors. Since 2011, SVIEF has selected the top 10 teams to compete out of the over 1,000 startups that apply every year. Winners gain the opportunity for investment from SVIEF Capital in addition to media coverage.
ResultCare is an AI-driven clinical informatics, data analytics, and medical networking platform dedicated to taking the guesswork out of medicine. Created by UCSF physicians and scientists to empower healthcare providers everywhere, ResultCare has built one of the largest clinical databases in the world and uses machine learning and NLP to enable an evidence-based approach to finding the best and most cost-effective laboratory and diagnostic tests. As a winning team, ResultCare has received numerous invitations to expand to Asian markets where healthcare technology is a rapidly growing space.