Cardiac Consultant “provides an impactful visualization for informing patients about the factors contributing to health risks, for explaining the treatment options, and for involving them in treatment decisions,” the company said.
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As finalists, Mile Two and Asymmetrik will jointly present the app at Cerner’s annual conference in Kansas City in October, where thousands of attendees will vote on the final winner of the challenge, Mile Two said. The app will also be presented at another event in Washington DC at the end of September.
Mile Two creates software focused on human performance, user experience design and cognitive systems engineering for government and commercial clients.