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Our Partners

The work we do is impossible without the support of our partners and sponsors.

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Philips Healthcare is a global company making some of the highest quality ultrasound devices on the market. They are the generous sponsors of the Lumify ultrasound machines that are being used in Project Haiti and have unique compatibility with regular consumer Android tablets.

SonoSim Inc. is a California-based company specializing in ultrasound training and education materials. The group has developed a proprietary computer-based ultrasound simulator and developed a medical curriculum for training ultrasound techs, tools that are being used in Project Haiti.

Reacts is a telemedicine solution developed by Innovative Imaging Technologies based in Montreal. Its easy-to-use audio-visual platform allows our team to work with doctors on ground real-time, which has been integral to the success of our projects.

Sling Health LA is a regional chapter of the national Sling Health network, encouraging students to solve real-world clinical problems through ambitious medical entrepreneurship. The health tech incubator has worked directly with AtriaConnect to provide both resources and mentorship.

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Dr. Nilam J. Soni has donated copies of his Point-of-Care Ultrasound Textbook to the Haitian physicians we're working with. Thank you Dr. Soni!

Senior Advisors Justin Lee (left) and David Mittelstein (center) join Michael Yao (right) in presenting on AtriaConnect at the 2018 Student Innovator Showcase, hosted by USC's Stevens Center for Innovation.

 

George Daghlian, Ramya Despande, and Michael Yao give a talk about AtriaConnect's unique business model and humanitarian work at Caltech's 2018 International Education Week event, hosted by Caltech's International Student Programs office. International Education Week is a joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education to recognize the global exchange environment between the United States and other countries. Photo creds: Daniel Yoder.

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AtriaConnect was able to raise $40 000 to bring medical technology and education to rural Haiti, thanks to the generous support of individual donors and benefactors. We'd like to thank all of our supporters that help our organization make a difference.