Washington’s Finest – March 24
Washington’s Finest – 24 March
Washington’s Finest is a newsletter, provided by Virtus Groups, which profiles the best of Washington State’s emerging startups. Most of the companies we profile are early-stage technology companies that are currently raising funds. Should you want to reach out to any of the companies featured in the newsletter please let us know and Virtus Groups will be happy to make the introduction!
The three companies we feature in this edition are developing tech solutions to solve existential questions facing their industries. AIDA Healthcare, Adarsha Leadership Institute, and Seattle Hemp Company are creating innovative products which will change the game in the healthcare, professional networking, and hemp production spaces respectively.
AIDA Healthcare – AIDA stands for Artificial Intelligence Discharge Agent – a HIPAA compliant platform helping patients, hospitals, health systems, and accountable care organizations connect with all post-acute care providers. The purpose of AIDA Healthcare is to simplify the complexity of the patient transition process so that case managers, patients, acute and post-acute providers can achieve clarity about each episode of care over time. This clarity drives better decisions that ultimately lead to better outcomes for patients – the backbone of value-based care.
Adarsha Leadership Institute – ALI, Adarsha Leadership Institute, recognizes that we are all leading something; no matter if we are a CEO leading a large company, a parent, a technology innovator, a school teacher, a firefighter running into a burning building, a community volunteer, or a political activist. We need to inspire, and to be inspired. ALI believes social media should work for you by offering a community and resources, not advertisements and manipulation of your data. Join, and bring others along. They will build a community and change the nature of what social media can be.
Seattle Hemp Company – Seattle Hemp Co. aims to become pioneers in the hemp industry, starting with CBD and advancing to textiles and, ultimately, replacing single-use plastics with hemp fiber products. They work with US-based brands who produce innovative CBD products. They distribute products for these brands through a centralized store which brings together these unique products in one place, making them easily available while also promoting the work done by these brands. They intend to move into the manufacture and distribution of their own hemp-based products as well as operating this distribution network.