NJ TECH CORNER: Tabula Rasa Healthcare, Inc.
Tabula Rasa Healthcare, Inc. (NASDAQ:TRHC) is a provider of patient-specific, data-driven technology and solutions that enable healthcare organizations to optimize medication regimens to improve patient outcomes, reduce hospitalizations, lower healthcare costs, and manage risks. Clients include at-risk healthcare organizations, primary Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) organizations, managed-care organizations, post-acute care facilities, behavioral health organizations and other provider groups. Founded in 2011, the Moorestown-based company has a total workforce of more than 200 employees.
Cimquest Discusses 3D Printing and Recent Partnership with HP
While 3D printing has been around for awhile, today's digital economy is creating greater demand for this technology, as manufacturers increasingly use it to make products faster and at lower cost. That was one of the messages from industry experts who discussed this topic at an event on January 17 hosted by Cimquest, a Branchburg-based provider of manufacturing products and services.
Company Roundup: Celgene, SHI International, AMERI Holdings
In a move that will energize the biotech industry in New Jersey, Celgene Corporation (Summit) announced plans to open the Thomas O. Daniel Research Incubator & Collaboration Center, offering entrepreneurs up-to-date lab spaces and resources. Somerset-based SHI International Corp. has acquired eTelligent Solutions Inc. AMERI Holdings, Inc. (also known as “Ameri100”), a Princeton-based SAP cloud, digital and enterprise services company, is going into blockchain.
In South Jersey, Inspira Brings Health Care Closer to Patents through Tech
Startup Roundup: Penji, GovPilot, Birdzi, Krewr
Penji: A socially conscious graphics design firm that launched in April 2017 in Camden, Penji offers unlimited design work with unlimited revisions for a flat fee of $349/month, in a design-as-a- service model. GovPilot, a Hoboken municipal software provider, has added a “Dashboard” interface to its software.RevTech, a retail technology accelerator and venture fund in Dallas, announced it had closed a Series A round for Birdzi, a startup based in Iselin. Krewr is a new social app designed by Newark native and attorney Cynthia Gill.