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MyACTome acquired by health care management organization

MyACTome acquired by health care management organization

Seeking to help loved ones cope with debilitating mobility and cognitive challenges, Thurmon Lockhart, a biomedical engineering professor in the School of Biological and Heath Systems Engineering, part of the Fulton Schools, years ago developed technology that provides smartphone-based fall risk detection. The venture became the basis for a startup that has recently been acquired by Phoenix-based Healthcare Outcomes Performance Co., one of the biggest musculoskeletal health care management companies in the U.S. The company plans to integrate the Lockhart Monitor into its digital patient outcome tracking platform that will provide real-time information to clinicians.

See also: Public-Private Investments Leads ‘Fall Risk Technology’ to Major Acquisition, inBusiness-Greater Phoenix, March 18

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