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Resolve MDx Wins MBGH Innovation Slam!

Congratulations to Resolve MDx, who was voted the "best slam" by judges at MBGH's August 23, 2017 Annual Conference "Innovation as Strategy".

As Christer Czajkoski of Resolve MDx put it during his slam, what is the most expensive drug in the world? The one that doesn't work! 

Resolve MDx deploys their intelligent prescribing solution, IQRx™, to enable the right drug, in the right dose, for the right individual.

Often described as personalized or precision medicine, Resolve MDx uses pharmacogenetic testing to better understand how an individual's genetic make-up impacts their response to medications. This testing, combined with IQRx, allows physicians to develop strategies and to optimize drug therapies for the patient based upon their unique characteristics, minimizing adverse drug reactions and drug-drug interactions.

Learn more about Resolve MDx at http://www.resolve-health.com/home.html.

Thank you as well to our two other slammers! Nic Patee of Work Right, demostrating the dorsaVI technology that helps employers better understand how employees are actually doing their job so work can be adjusted to minimize injuries; and Scott Vogel of Regional One's Center for Innovation who tested out the concept of a "genius bar" where patients can meet with clinical technologists to learn how to use technology to better manage their own health. 
    

   

Slammers had to present their product or concept; engage the audience; and build in a little entertainment: all in less than 7 minutes! Thanks to the audience as well for encouraging each of the slammers. A good time was had by all.

Posted by Cristie Travis at 5:31 PM

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