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The Pittsburgh Technology Council celebrated the 25th annual Tech 50 Awards on Nov. 10, 2021 to honor the fastest growing and most innovative technology companies, service providers and CEOs in the Pittsburgh region.
This is the Tech Council's annual opportunity for members to connect with the region’s top companies in the following categories: AI/ML/Robotics, Consumer, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Medtech/Health IT, Non-Profit/Education/Community, Solutions Provider - Innovative Tech, Solutions Provider - Services, Start-up Company, and CEO of the Year!
"It's pretty amazing that the Tech Council has been celebrating the accomplishments of our tech companies large and small for a quarter of a century,” said Tech Council President and CEO Audrey Russo. “Having the event in person after COVID forced a virtual Tech 50 last year, made it even more special. To see the excitement and feel the energy of the winners and finalists is simply amazing.”
TeleTracking Technologies, Inc.
For every hour a patient waits for care, they face objectively worse outcomes—during the COVID-19 pandemic, this is more relevant than ever. TeleTracking believes it is unacceptable that patients can’t access the care they need—when they need it—due to operating inefficiencies and unnecessary cost barriers. Their mission is to ensure no one waits for the care they need. For three decades, TeleTracking has pioneered the management of patients from admission through discharge and, most recently, has led the development of NASA-like health system command centers that provide critical, real-time information, and transparency across all hospitals.
Finalists: ConnectiveRx, Data Ideology, Rimsys