OrthAlign, Inc., a privately held medical device and technology company, announced today that Gary D. Henley, former President, Chief Executive Officer, and Board Member of United Orthopedic Group, will join OrthAlign’s Board of Directors as Executive Chairman.
QuartSoft wrote a great article and produced a detailed infographic on the success of our portfolio company, Canvas.
OrthAlign, Inc., a privately held medical device company, today announced that more than 25,000 KneeAlign® Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) cases have been successfully completed, worldwide. This milestone reflects the continuing and rapid adoption of OrthAlign’s palm-sized precision alignment technology, by surgeons throughout the world.
Continuity, the compliance automation provider for community financial institutions, has been named to the Hartford Business Journal’s 2015 Best Places to Work in Connecticut list.
More than 75% of U.S. healthcare costs are due to chronic conditions. And approximately 133 million Americans live with at least one chronic disease, a startling number that means nearly one in two adults in the country are managing the stress of a chronic ailment.2 Any effort to control healthcare costs and improve outcomes for patient populations within the United States has to address the very high incidence of chronic diseases. One of the major challenges confronting healthcare practitioners is overcoming patient noncompliance with treatment plans due to comorbid conditions often of a psychosocial nature.
River Cities led a $9 million investment in Canvas, the global leader in mobile apps for collecting and sharing business information.
“I’ve seen patients come in paralyzed who have walked after two days post-operatively.” – Dr. Jason Cormier
KnowledgeTree, a provider of software that helps enterprises sell more, has expanded its leadership team to build on rising momentum. Adoption by innovative, high-growth sales organizations has driven outstanding quarter-over-quarter results in 2014. KnowledgeTree has added three key executives to take advantage of this growth and continue to scale.
Raleigh software developer KnowledgeTree says it has seen top-line revenue double from quarter to quarter this year and has grown to 21 employees and more than 400 customers. With that growth came the need for more specialized roles, so company founder Daniel Chalef shed his CEO title to oversee product development and brought on Chris Atkinson to fill the chief executive role.
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