A Year in Review: A comprehensive look at UPMC Enterprises 2020
Over the last year, UPMC Enterprises, our portfolio companies, and select partners have all supported UPMC’s mission of Life Changing Medicine. In the booklet below, we have compiled highlights from a truly unique year and recognize the team members and projects that have enabled our success.
UPMC Enterprises forms AI-Driven Startup, Realyze Intelligence
Realyze helps unlock clinical insights, empower entire care teams, and understand patients’ stories
Werewolf Therapeutics launches as publicly traded company
Werewolf Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the development of therapeutics to stimulate the body’s immune …
The Intersection of Value and AI: Where Machines Can Make a Difference
Upcoming CCM panel discussion features experts from UPMC, Vanderbilt, NCQA, and Astrata on the future of artificial intelligence in health care
UPMC Enterprises Invests in Code Biotherapeutics, a Gene Therapy Startup
Developing targeted non-viral vector gene therapies for rare and prevalent diseases
Writing a Fully Unit Testable Android App: The journey begins at the start of your project
Even as recently as API 30, the platform continues to evolve in this unfortunate direction, …
Machine Learning and Structural Bias in Health Care
In November 2020, the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM) convened a group of experts in …
UPMC Rx Express Program Expanded to Support Employees
UPMC Rx Express is an AI-powered virtual assistant and CRM platform currently in use at …
Happy International Women’s Day 2021
International Women’s Day (IWD) is one of the most important days of the year to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness about women’s equality, and lobby for accelerated gender parity.
Infectious Disease Connect Earns Top Marks from Customers in KLAS Research
UPMC Enterprises portfolio company, ID Connect, recently received top scores from KLAS Research, reflecting the quality of its services and high customer satisfaction.
Meet the Pets of UPMC Enterprises
When wet noses and furry tails started popping up on videoconferences, we had to ask: How many of our colleagues have brought home a pet during the pandemic?