Healthcare Startup Self Care Catalysts receives $100,000 from Rick Hansen Institute

August 27, 2014

Patient intelligence health solution provider Self Care Catalysts has received $100,000 in funding from the Rick Hansen Institute (RHI) to support and engage people with acute spinal cord injuries (SPI) in their rehabilitation.

The funding will go towards Self Care Catalysts’ health solution platform, Patient Storylines. It will be lead by CMO Jared Adams, MD, as well as Ben Mortenson, PhD and Patricia Mills, MD, of the University of British Columbia. It’s one of eleven projects targeted for funding by the RHI, forming a portfolio of programs to help bridge the translational ‘valleys of death’ in the SCI research continuum.

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