TripleTree Announces 2013 iAward Winners

Three connected health innovators are recognized from a group of highly relevant applicants

TripleTree Announces 2013 iAward Winners

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Today, announced the winners of its . The three winners were chosen from among in the categories of and.

The 2013 TripleTree iAwards winners are:

In addition to the three winners, TripleTree has designated as the recipient of its 2013 , recognizing their unique advancements in chronic disease management via connected health. The 12 finalists have been featured this week at the 8 annual in San Diego.

“Our panel of evaluators was impressed with this year’s strong pool of applicants,” said Chris Hoffmann, Senior Director at TripleTree. “All 12 of the companies recognized as finalists are relevant in their respective markets, making it especially challenging to distinguish three winners from the group.”

The TripleTree iAward for Connected Health annually recognizes companies that are demonstrating , , and in healthcare through the convergence of wireless, mobile, cloud and social technologies.

Founded in 1997, TripleTree provides independent, research-driven merchant banking services including mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, divestitures and raising growth capital for innovative companies in healthcare. To learn more or sign up for our regular healthcare blog visit

The Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance (WLSA) is a trade association dedicated to improving health globally by accelerating the development of connected health solutions. Its members and affiliates include global companies and start-ups, foundations and providers, scientists, and policy makers. The WLSA is committed to accelerating the adoption of connected health to create value, improve health and wellness for consumers, caregivers and all sectors of the life sciences and technology ecosystem. WLSA members and affiliates are creating wireless and connected health innovations to simplify the management of chronic conditions, preempt disease and improve lives around the world.

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