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Trondheim, Norway and Plano, Texas January 24, 2022. a leading technology company that provides digital remote healthcare solutions powered by Artificial Intelligence, today announced its induction into Microsoft for Startups, a global program dedicated to accelerating the trajectory of startups with access to the resources they need, when they need them. As a program member, will have exclusive access to Microsoft technology, mentorship, and business support.

Infiniwell’s Sentio™ is a device-agnostic and scalable Personal Health Monitoring (PHM) and Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) SaaS platform which can be deployed quickly and cost-effectively in rural as well as metropolitan areas. By combining secure end-to-end telecommunications, connected medical sensor devices (via an open API SDK) and real-time artificial intelligence, healthcare providers can rest assured that patient data remains private, while enjoying real-time access and insights. Whether it is continuous remote patient monitoring or complex clinical decision support, Sentio significantly reduces the routine workload for clinicians and extends the reach of medical specialists beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar healthcare facilities. will use Microsoft Azure to reach a wide-scale audience in a short time, with built in redundancy and security.

“We’re honored to be among such a select group of companies from around the world chosen to join the Microsoft for Startups program, and we plan to leverage this amazing opportunity to its fullest,” said Odd Sandbekkhaug, co-founder and CEO. "Our participation in the program comes at a critical time for our company as we launch our Sentio platform for customers.”

“Infiniwell’s mission to digitize and de-centralize medical services availability in one of the fastest-growing segments of the healthcare industry and is a great fit for the program. We look forward to helping deliver their innovative solution to our joint customers,” said Ted Roduner, Director, Microsoft for Startups.


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