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10 Disruptive Women-Led Life Science Startups Selected for Springboard Enterprises’ 2014 Accelerator Class


Ting founded ClickMedix, an award-winning social enterprise born out of MIT Media Lab to help health providers serve more patients at lower costs. She relied on her decade of experience in designing and launching technology services for major US government, pharmaceutical and global education organizations. Her areas of expertise include mobile health, technology solution design, sustainable business development, competitive strategy, lean/Six Sigma process improvement, operations management, and organization change management. She spent five years implementing mobile health programs across more than 15 countries in North America, South America, Africa, and Asia to develop financially sustainable health programs accelerated through ClickMedix mobile technologies. The programs equipped health workers, rural nurses, physicians, and medical specialist with smart phones and trained them to use mobile applications to capture patient medical information, images of symptoms, and other related health data to be transmitted through phones to remote doctors who can provide diagnosis and treatment advice. Ting is the Cartier Women’s Initiative Laureate 2012 for North America. She holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and MS in Systems Engineering from MIT, as an MIT Leaders for Global Operations Fellow and Public Service Fellow. In addition, she holds a BS in Computer Science and MS in Software Design and Management from Carnegie Mellon University.

ClickMedix provides eHealth software as a service (SaaS) to allow doctors to serve 4-10 times more patients. It includes patient record tracking, streamlined workflow, diagnosis protocols, medical equipment integration and ability for doctors to diagnose patients remotely, in a configurable, HIPAA-compliant, turnkey package. It works on Web, iOS and Android devices so patients and doctors can stay connected no matter where they are or what device they use. A single “ClickMedix” mobile application installed on a phone or tablet, or accessed through a web browser, creates “One-Click” access for doctors to provide comprehensive care to patients any where.

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